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
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Description (250 words max)
Curriculum Development, Instruction, and Assessment
Health Disparities and Inclusivity
Health Education and Promotion
Mental and Emotional Health
Nutrition and Food Services
Physical Activity and Education
School Environment and Safety
Sexual or Reproductive Health
Evidence of effectiveness with references (May be links or a description of evaluation results)
Brief Summary (25 word summary for the website)
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