This presentation outlines how state and local agencies can develop cost-effective, research-based approaches that holistically address the social emotional, academic, and health needs of children and youth, focusing on asset development along with treatment.
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In her introductory remarks at the IATT Symposium on HIV/AIDS, AIR’s Senior Vice President Cheryl Vince Whitman presents the history of school health and HIV/AIDS in the education sector since the 1980s.
This PowerPoint presentation, prepared for the Fall 2011 Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness conference, accompanies the research paper, The Impact of Indiana’s System of Benchmark Assessments on Mathematics Achievement. The objectives of the study described include the following.