Basch Talks to NPR About Model Program for Addressing the Health Needs of Students that Affect Teaching and Learning
“Even when the teachers may be really good teachers, and even when the curriculum may be good, and even when there’s assessments and standards and accountability measures in place, if the students aren’t in school because of health problems, or even if they’re there, but they can’t see well or they can’t pay attention, it really jeopardizes everything else that’s being done,” says Basch in the piece, which aired in New York on Jan. 7.
LINK to audio story and print story on WNYC's SchoolBook website.
LINK to "Winning Allies in High Places for a Crusade for Student Health" on TC's website
LINK to an op-ed written by Basch for School Administrator magazine.
Published Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015