Michael Long’s new paper showing schools that implement strong nutrition standards for snacks increase student meal participation and school revenue.
Check out these three articles included in the NOPREN supplement written by Harvard School of Public Health Professor, Steve Gortmaker, and Harvard Prevention Research Center Researchers, Angie Cradock and Katie Giles.
In September 2012, NOPREN members published 9 research articles related to how policies affect children’s health, with a focus on childhood obesity. These articles can now be accessed for free on the NOPREN website.
The Policy Context and Cost of Ensuring Access to Low-Cost Drinking Water in Massachusetts Schools A review of Massachusetts public school district wellness policies found that prior to 2010, most (92%-94% of policies) did not address access to free drinking water. The study also estimated costs associated with three water provision strategies: commercial bottled water cooler, tap-water dispensers (both refrigerated … Continue reading “Getting Back on Tap”