2008 South Carolina school health profiles report
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South Carolina State Department of Education. Office of Youth Services
SubjectHealth surveys--South Carolina; School children--Health and hygiene--South Carolina; School hygiene--South Carolina; Students--Health and hygiene--South Carolina; School health services--South Carolina--Statistics; Schools--Health promotion services--South Carolina--Statistics; Health education--South Carolina--Statistics
The South Carolina School Health Profiles were administered in spring of 2008 to 319 randomly selected regular public schools containing at least one of grades six through twelve. Responses were received from 230 principals (72 percent) and 226 lead health education teachers (71 percent). The results of the surveys provide information about coordinated school health; health education requirements and topics; physical education; policies related to competitive foods, tobacco use, and HIV/AIDS; and health services.
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|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
|Digital Collection||South Carolina State Documents Depository|
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