Healthy Students-Healthy Schools Act: Hearing Before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United States Senate, One Hundred Second Congress, Second Session, on S. 2191 ... March 19, 1992, Volume 4
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1992 - 96 pages
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Page 33 - The other two groups are the National Council of Chief State School Officers and the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification.
Page 7 - For the first time in the history of this country, young people are less healthy and less prepared to take their places in society than were their parents. And this is happening at a time when pur society is more complex, more challenging, and more competitive than ever before.
Page 4 - Goal to increase school readiness and its objective to increase access to preschool programs for disadvantaged and disabled children. 8.4 Increase to at least 75 percent the proportion of the Nation's elementary and secondary schools that provide planned and sequential kindergarten- 12th grade comprehensive school health education.
Page 49 - For purposes of this section, the term "high risk youth" means an individual who has not attained the age of 21 years, who is at high risk of becoming, or who has become, a drug abuser or an alcohol abuser, and who — (1) is identified as a child of a substance abuser; (2) is a victim of physical, sexual, or psychological abuse; (3) has dropped out of school; (4) has become pregnant; (5) is economically disadvantaged; (6) has committed a violent or delinquent act; (7) has experienced mental health...
Page 43 - Health and for each of the research institutes (other than the National Cancer Institute and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute...
Page 6 - Another measure of heavy drinking asks respondents on how many occasions they had consumed five or more drinks in a row within the previous two weeks.
Page 3 - On the broad and firm foundation of health alone can the loftiest and most enduring structures of the intellect be reared...
Page 16 - By the year 2000, all children in America will start school ready to learn.
Page 45 - Nation's elementary and secondary schools that provide planned and sequential kindergarten-12th grade comprehensive school health education. (Baseline data unavailable) 8.5 Increase to at least 50 percent the proportion of postsecondary institutions with institution-wide health promotion programs for students, faculty, and staff.