School Health Resource Submission
ASHA is a trusted source for information and resources. We encourage submission of high-quality school health resources for review by ASHA members and experts.
Resources must be aligned with best practices in health and education including:
ASHA’s Core Beliefs
Evidence-based programs, policies, and practices
National Health Education Standards
All submissions will be scored based on a rubric (1-5) that evaluates the extent to which the resource meets the following criteria:
Core Beliefs: The resource aligns with ASHA vision, mission, and core beliefs rather than promoting a specific program, service, or belief that does not align with ASHA’s core beliefs.
Multidisciplinary: Promotes involvement of and coordination with multiple components of the WSCC model.
Standards: The strategy or program is aligned with the National Health Education Standards.
Content: The content is science-based, accurate, and up-to-date.
Inclusive: The resource is developmentally appropriate, culturally competent, and bias-free.
Feasibility/Generalizability: The program, policy, or practice is practical for use in a classroom setting, generalizable to a larger population, and/or feasible in a typical school/community environment.
Final Recommendation: Is the resource of high quality? Would the resource add value to school health professionals?
Resources will not be included if it meets any of the following:
Reviewer recommendation not to include
Any element rating less than 4
Total score under 24