Massachusetts Comprehensive Health Curriculum Framework - October 1999
APPENDIX D: Resources for Health Education
- General Education
Boyer, E. L. Ready to Learn: A Mandate for the Nation. Princeton, NJ: The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 1991.
Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development, Task Force on Education of Young Adolescents. Turning Points: Preparing American Youth for the 21st Century. Waldorf, MD: Author, 1989.
Dodge, D. T., Jablon, J. R., Bickart, T. S. Constructing Curriculum for the Primary Grades. Washington, DC: Teaching Strategies, Inc., 1995.
Massachusetts Board of Education. Massachusetts Common Core of Learning. Malden, MA: Author, September, 1994.
National Education Goals Panel. The National Education Goals Report: Building a Nation of Learners. Washington, DC: Author, 1991.
Rose, L., Gallup, A. The 30th annual Phi Delta Kappa/Gallup Poll of the public's attitude toward the public schools. Phi Delta Kappa, September, 41-56, 1998.
Wagner, T. How Schools Change: Lessons from Three Communities. Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 1994.
- Health and Health Education
Allensworth, D., Symons, C. W., Olds, R. S. Healthy Students 2000 - An Agenda for Continuous Improvement in America's Schools. Kent, OH: American School Health Association, 1994.
American Association of School Administrators. Healthy Kids for the Year 2000: An Action Plan for Schools. Arlington, VA: Author, 1990.
American Cancer Society. The American Cancer Society's Approach to Youth Education. Atlanta, GA: Author, 1995.
American Cancer Society. National Action Plan for Comprehensive School Health Education. Atlanta, GA: Author, 1992.
Council of Chief State School Officers. Beyond the Health Room. Washington DC: Resource Center on Educational Equity, 1991.
Gallup Organization. Values and Opinions of Comprehensive School Health Education in US Public Schools: Adolescents, Parents, and School District Administrators. Atlanta, GA: American Cancer Society, 1994.
Goodenow, C. 1996 Massachusetts School Health Education Profile Report. Malden, MA: Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 1997.
Goodenow, C. 1998 Massachusetts School Health Education Profile Report. Malden, MA: Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 1999-in preparation.
Institute of Medicine. D. Allensworth, E. Lawson, L. Nicholson, & J. Wyche (Eds.). Schools and Health: Our Nation's Investment. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1997.
Joint Committee on National Health Education Standards. Achieving Health Literacy: An Investment in the Future. Atlanta, GA: American Cancer Society, 1995.
Marx, E., Wooley, S. (Eds.). Health is Academic: A Guide to Coordinated School Health Programs. New York: Teachers College Press, 1998.
National Conference of State Legislatures. Adolescent Health Issues. Denver, CO: Author, 1997.
National Health & Education Consortium. Putting Children First: State Level Collaboration Between Education and Health. Washington, DC: Author, 1995.
Newman, I. M., Farrell, K. A. Thinking Ahead: Preparing for Controversy. Kent, OH: American School Health Association, 1995.
Policy Studies Associates, Inc., National Health/Education Consortium. Creating Sound Minds and Bodies: Health and Education Working Together. Washington, DC: Author, 1992.
Saunders, R., Fee, R., Gottlieb, N. Higher education and the health of America's children. Phi Delta Kappan, January, 377-380, 1999.
Symons, C., Cinelli, B., James, T., Groff, P. Bridging student health risks and academic achievement through comprehensive school health programs. Journal of School Health, 67, 220-227, 1997.
Torabi, M., Crowe, J. National public opinion on school health education: Implications for the health care reform initiatives. Journal of Health Education, 26, 260-266, 1995.
Zimmerman, B. Enhancing student academic and health functioning. School Psychology Quarterly, 11, 47-66, 1996.
Joint Committee on National Health Education Standards. National Health Education Standards. Atlanta, GA: American Cancer Society, 1995.
Massachusetts Family and Consumer Sciences Program Standards Revision Committee. Standard Guidelines for Massachusetts Family and Consumer Sciences Programs. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts, 1995.
National Association for Sport and Physical Education. Moving Into the Future: National Standards for Physical Education. Boston, MA: WCB/McGraw-Hill, 1995.
National Association of State Administrators of Family and Consumer Sciences. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education. Decatur, GA: V-TECHS, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, 1998.
Comprehensive School Health Education Programs
Allensworth, D. Health education: State of the art. Journal of School Health, 63, 14-20, 1993.
American Cancer Society. Comprehensive School Health Education, It's Not Just for Rainy Days: Implementation Guide. Atlanta, GA: Author, 1995.
American School Health Association. Coalition Compendium: A Guide to School Health Instructional Materials. Kent, OH: Author, 1995.
American School Health Association. Guidelines for Comprehensive School Health Programs. Kent, OH: Author, 1995.
Goodman, I., Sheetz, A. (Eds.). The Comprehensive School Health Manual. Boston, MA: Massachusetts Department of Public Health, School Health Unit, 1995.
Kane W. M. Step By Step to Comprehensive School Health: The Program Planning Guide. Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates, 1993.
Lloyd-Kolkin, D., Hunter, L. The Comprehensive School Health Sourcebook. Menlo Park, CA: Health and Education Communication Consultants, 1990.
Marx, E., Northrop, D. Educating for Health: A Guide to Implementing a Comprehensive Approach to School Health Education. Newton, MA: Education Development Center, Inc., 1995.
National School Boards Association. School Health: Steps to Implementation. Alexandria, VA: Author, 1992.
Report to the Chairman, Committee on Labor and Human Resources, U.S. Senate. School-linked human services: A comprehensive strategy for aiding students at risk of school failure. ERIC Document 372 818, 1993.
Resnicow, K., Allensworth, D. Conducting a comprehensive school health program. Journal of School Health, 66, 59-63, 1996.
Tyson, H. A load off the teachers' backs: Coordinated school health programs. Phi Delta Kappan, January, K1-K8, 1999.
Adler, K. The FIRST Grant: Findings from 30 middle schools on comprehensive health education. Malden, MA: Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 1996.
Council of Chief State School Officers. Incorporating Health-Related Indicators in Education Accountability Systems. Washington, DC: Author, 1998.
Division of Adolescent and School Health. Project Summaries for National Organizations: Cooperative Agreements for National Programs to Strengthen Comprehensive School Health Programs and Prevent Health Problems Among Youth. Atlanta, GA: Centers for Disease Control, 1995.
Goodenow, C. The AIDS Program Intensive Evaluation: 1995-1996. Malden, MA: Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 1997.
Grunbaum, J., Kann, L, Williams, B., et al. Characteristics of health education among secondary schools--School Health Education Profiles, 1996. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Review, 47,
Hausman, A., Pierce, G., Briggs, L. Evaluation of comprehensive violence prevention education: Effects on student behavior. Journal of Adolescent Health, 19, 104-110, 1996
Israel, B. A., Cummings, K. M., Dignan, M. B., Heaney, C. A., Perales, D. P., Simons-Morton, B. G., Zimmerman, M. A. Evaluation of health education programs: Current assessment and future directions. Health Education Quarterly, 22, 364-389.
Journal of School Health. School health policies and programs study: A summary report. Journal of School Health, 65, 291-353, 1995.
Kessel, S. Massachusetts School Health Education Profile 1996 Report. Malden, MA: Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 1997.
Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Independent Evaluation of the Massachusetts Tobacco Control Program Fourth Annual Report January 1994 to June 1997. Cambridge, MA: Abt Associates, Inc., 1998.
McManis, D. Year IV Evaluation of the Massachusetts Health Protection Fund. Malden, MA: Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 1998.
McManis, D. Year V Evaluation of the Massachusetts Health Protection Fund. Malden, MA: Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 1999-in preparation.
National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy. Evaluating Abstinence-Only Interventions. Washington, DC: Author, 1998.
Simun, P. Project Support Evaluation. ERIC Document 398 291, 1996.
United States Public Health Service. School health: Findings from evaluated programs (2nd ed.). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1998.
Adelman, H. S. Restructuring support services: Toward a comprehensive approach. Kent, OH: American School Health Association, 1996.
Dryfoos, J. G. Full-Service Schools: A Revolution in Health and Social Services for Children, Youth, and Families. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1994
- Health Services
Adler, K. The Enhanced School Health Services Program Data Report. Boston, MA: Massachusetts Department of Public Health, 1997.
American Academy of Pediatrics. Integrating Education, Health, and Human Services for Children, Youth, and Families: Systems That Are Community-Based and School-Linked. Washington, DC: Author, 1994.
Anglin, T.M., Naylor, K.E., Kaplan, D.W. Comprehensive, school-based health care: High school students' use of medical, mental health, and substance abuse services. Pediatrics, 97, 318-330, 1996.
Lear, J.G. School-based services and adolescent health: Past, present, and future. L. Juszczak & H. Fisher (Eds.), Adolescent Medicine: State of the Art Reviews, 163-180. Philadelphia: Hanley and Belfus, Inc., 1996.
Sheetz, A, Blum, M. Medication administration in schools: The Massachusetts experience. Journal of School Health, 68, 1998.
- Guidance, Counseling, and Psychological Services
Campbell, C., Dahir, C. The National Standards for School Counseling Programs. Alexandria, VA: American School Counselor Association, 1997.
Henggeler, S. W. A consensus: Conclusions of the APA Task Force report on innovative models of mental health services for children, adolescents, and their families. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 23, 3-6, 1995.
Lipkin, A. Resources for Education and Counseling Faculty. Boston, MA: Massachusetts Governor's Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth, Project for the Integration of Gay and Lesbian Youth Issues on School Personnel Certification Programs, June 1996.
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Gay/Straight Alliances: A Student Guide from the Safe Schools Program for Gay and Lesbian Students. Malden, MA: Author, 1995.
Massachusetts School Counselors Association. Comprehensive Developmental School Counseling Curriculum Guide (2nd ed.). Rowley, MA: Defiance Graphics Corporations, 1998.
Thomas. A., Grimes, J. (Eds.). Best practices in school psychology-III. Washington, DC: National Association of School Psychologists, 1995.
- Food/Nutrition Services
American Dietetic Association, Society for Nutrition Education, and American School Food Service Association. School-based nutrition programs and services. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 95, 367-369, 1995.
Murphy, M., Pagano, M., Nachmani, J., Sperling, P., Kane, S., Kleinman, R. The relationship of school breakfast to psychosocial and academic functioning. Archives of Pediatric Adolescent Medicine, 152, 899-907, 1998.
Wehler, C., Scott, R., Anderson, J. The Community Childhood Hunger Identification Project. Washington, DC: Food Research and Action Center, 1996.
Briggs, F. Developing Personal Safety Skills in Children with Disabilities. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes, 1995.
Haring, N. G., Romer, L. T. (Eds.). Welcoming Students Who Are Deaf-Blind into Typical Classrooms: Facilitating School Participation, Learning, and Friendships. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes, 1995.
Matiella, A, C. (Ed.). The Multicultural Challenge in Health Education. Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates, 1994.
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Healthy, Active Living. Alexandria, VA: Author, 1993.
Baranowski, T., Hearn, M.D., Baranowski, J.C. Teach well: The relation of teacher wellness to elementary student health and behavior outcomes. Health Education and Behavior, 26, (Suppl. 2), S61-S71, 1995.
Simeonsson, R. J. (Ed.). Risk, Resilience, and Prevention: Promoting the Well-Being of All Children. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes, 1994.
- Physical Activity
Bauer, Susan, M. A Body/Mind Approach to Movement Education for Adolescents. Amherst, MA: Author, 1994.
Miracle, A. W., Rees, R. Lessons of the Locker Room: The Myth of School Sports. New York, NY: Prometheus Books, 1995.
National Association for Sport and Physical Education. Appropriate Practices for Middle School Physical Education. Reston, VA: Author, 1995.
National Association for Sport and Physical Education. Looking at Physical Education from a Developmental Perspective: A Guide to Teaching. Reston, VA: Author, 1995.
National Association for Sport and Physical Education. Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Movement Programs for Young Children. Reston, VA: Author, 1994.
National Association for Sport and Physical Education. Guidelines for Elementary School Physical Education. Reston, VA: Author, 1994.
National Association for Sport and Physical Education. Sport and Physical Education: Advocacy Kit. Reston, VA: Author, 1994.
Satcher, D. Guidelines for school and community programs to promote lifelong physical activity among young people. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 46, 22, 1997.
Sidentop, D. Curriculum innovation: Toward the 21st century. International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport, and Dance Journal, Vol Xxx, No. 2, Winter, 1994.
United States Department of Health and Human Services. Physical Activity and Health: A Report of the Surgeon General. 1996.
Celbuski, C, Farris, E., Carpenter, J. Nutrition Education in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools. NCES 96-852. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, 1996.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Guidelines for school health programs to promote lifelong healthy eating. Journal of School Health, 67, 9-26, 1997.
Given, B. K. Food for thought. Educational Leadership, November, 68-71, 1998.
National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health. Celebrating Diversity: Approaching Families Through Their Food. Arlington, VA: Author, 1995.
Berne, L. A., Huberman, B. K. Sexuality education: Sorting fact from fiction. Phi Delta Kappan, November, 1995.
Cahn, S. K. Coming On Strong: Gender and Sexuality in Twentieth-Century Women's Sport. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995.
Drolet, J. C., Clark, K. (Eds.). The Sexuality Education Challenge: Promoting Healthy Sexuality in Young People. Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates, 1994.
Gay and Lesbian High School Curriculum and Staff Development Project. A Staff Development Manual for Anti-Homophobia Education in the Secondary School. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1993.
Kirby, D. No Easy Answers: Research Findings on Programs to Reduce Teen Pregnancy. Washington, DC: The National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, 1997.
Lipkin, A. Understanding Homosexuality, Changing School: A Text for Teachers, Counselors and Administrators. Westview Press, 1999.
Miner, K. R. Educating About HIV/AIDS in the Comprehensive School Health Challenge, Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates, 1, 428, 1994.
National Association of State Boards of Education. Policy Update: The Role of Education in Teen Pregnancy. Alexandria, VA: Policy Information Clearinghouse, 1998.
Ogletree, R. J., Fetro, J. V., Drolet, J. C., Rienzo, B. A. Sexuality Education Curricula: The Consumer's Guide. Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates, 1994.
Social and Emotional Health
Akin, T. Character Education in America's Schools. Torrance, CA: Innerchoice Publishing, 1995.
Douglas, S.J. Where the Girls Are: Growing Up Female with the Mass Media. New York, NY: Random House, 1995.
Ewing, M. Manage Your Conflicts: Lesson Plans to Accompany Children's' Literature K-5. Slaterville, NY: Author, 1995.
Fisher, S., Reason, J. Handbook of Life Stress, Cognition, and Health. Chichester, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 1988.
Lickona, T. Educating for Character. New York: Bantam Books, 1991.
Resnick, M., Bearman, P., Blum, R., Bauman, K., Harris, K., Jones, J., Tabor, J., Beuhring, T., Sieving, R., Shew, M., Ireland, M., Bearinger, L., Udry, J. Protecting adolescents from harm: Findings from the National Longitudinal Study on Adolescent Health. Journal of the American Medical Association, 278, 823-832, 1997.
Underwood, M., Dunne-Maxim, K. Managing Sudden Traumatic Loss in the Schools. Piscataway, NJ: University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, 1997.
Zollo, P. Wise Up to Teens: Insights Into Marketing and Advertising to Teenagers. Ithaca, NY: New Strategist Publications, Inc. 1995.
Safety and Prevention
- Safety and Injury Prevention and Violence Prevention
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Rates of homicide, suicide, and firearm-related death among children--26 industrialized countries. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 46, 1997.
Governor's Commission on Domestic Violence of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Children of Domestic Violence. Boston, MA: Commonwealth of Massachusetts, April 1996.
Kadel, S., Watkins, J., Follman, J., Hammond, C. Reducing School Violence: Building a Framework for School Safety. Greensboro, NC, Tallahassee, FL: The Regional Educational Laboratory at SERVE, 1999.
Kaufman, P., Chen, X., Choy, K., et al. Indicators of School Crime and Safety. Washington, DC: United States Department of Education and Justice, 1998.
Massachusetts Department of Public Health and Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Teen Dating Violence Intervention & Prevention Resources for Schools. Boston, MA: Author, 1998.
Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Massachusetts Committee on Criminal Justice. Words, Not Weapons: A Resource Manual for School Administrators, Advisors, and Peer Leaders. Boston, MA: The Medical Foundation, March 1994.
Scala, C.D., Gallagher, S.S., Schneps, S.E. Causes and outcomes of pediatric injuries occurring at school. Journal of School Health, 67, 384-89, 1997.
Slaby, R. G., Roedell, W. C., Arezzo, D., Hendrix, K. Early Violence Prevention: Tools for Teachers of Young Children. Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children, 1995.
United States Department of Education. Creating Safe and Drug-Free Schools: An Action Guide. Washington, DC: Author, 1996.
United States Department of Education, United States Department of Justice. Students' Reports of School Crime: 1989 and 1995. Washington, DC: National Center for Education Statistics and Bureau of Justice Statistics, 1998.
- Tobacco, Alcohol, and Other Substances Use/Abuse Prevention
Bachman, J.G., Johnston, L.D., O'Malley, P.M. Explaining Recent Increases in Students' Marijuana Use: Impacts of Perceived Risks and Disapproval, 1976 through 1996. American Journal of Public Health, 88, 887-892, 1998.
Begay, M., Glantz, S. Question 1: Tobacco education outlays from the 1994 fiscal year to the 1996 fiscal year: Comprehensive school health education programs. Tobacco Control Archives, USCF Library and Center for Knowledge Management, 1997.
Berman, B.A., Gritz, E.R. Women and smoking: Current trends and issues for the 1990s. Journal of Substance Abuse, 3, 221-231, 1991.
Biener, L., Aseltine, R, Cohen, B., et al. Reactions of adult and teenaged smokers to the Massachusetts tobacco tax. American Journal of Public Health, 88, 1389-91, 1998.
Black, D., Tobler, N., Sciacca, J. Peer helping/involvement: An efficacious way to meet the challenge of reducing alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use among youth? Journal of School Health, 68, 87-93, 1998.
Botvin, G.J., Epstein, J.A., Baker, E., et al. School-based drug abuse prevention with inner-city minority youth. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 6, 5-19, 1997.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Guidelines for school health programs to prevent tobacco use and addiction. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 43, (RR-2), 1994.
Donnermeyer, J., Davis, R. Cumulative effects of prevention education on substance use among 11th grade students in Ohio. Journal of School Health, 68, 151-158, 1998.
Hilts, P. J. Smokescreen: The Truth Behind the Tobacco Industry Cover-up. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co, Inc. 1996.
King, C., Siegel, M., Celebucki, C., et al. Adolescent exposure to cigarette advertising in magazines. Journal of the American Medical Association, 279, 516-20, 1998.
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Promising Practices of School Health Education Tobacco Control Programs. Malden, MA: Author, 1997.
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Comprehensive School Health Education Tobacco Control Programs Status Report. Malden, MA: Author, 1997.
Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Preventing Adolescent Substance Use in Massachusetts: A Focus Group Study. Boston, MA: Health and Addictions, Inc., 1998.
Smith G. H., Coles, C. D., Poulsen, M. K., Cole, C. K. Children, Families, and Substance Abuse: Challenges for Changing Educational and Social Outcomes. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes, 1995.
United States Department of Education. Creating Safe and Drug-Free Schools: An Action Guide. Washington, DC: Author, 1996.
United States Department of Health and Human Services. Tobacco Use Among U.S. Racial/Ethnic Groups: A Report of the Surgeon General. Atlanta, GA: Author, 1998.
United States Department of Health and Human Services. The Health Consequences of Smoking: Nicotine Addiction, A Report to the Surgeon General. Centers for Disease Control, Center for Health Promotion and Education, Office of Smoking and Health. DHHS Publication No. (CDC) 888-8406, 1988.
Community and Public Health
Benard, B. et al. Fostering Resiliency in Kids: Protective Factors in the Family, School, and Community. Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, pp. 5, 11-14, August 1991.
Berryman, J. C., Breighner, K. W. Modeling Healthy Behavior: Actions and Attitudes in Schools. Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates, 1994.
Cunningham, A.S. Breastfeeding: Adaptive behavior for child health and longevity. In P. Stuart-Macadam & K.A. Dettwyler (Eds.), Breastfeeding: Biocultural Perspectives, 243. New York, NY: Aldine de Gruyer, 1995.
Etzioni, A. The Spirit of Community: The Reinvention of American Society. New York, NY: Touchstone, 1993.
National Association of State Boards of Education. Someone At School Has AIDS: A Complete Guide to Education Policies Concerning HIV Infection. Alexandria, VA, Policy Information Clearinghouse, 1996.
Northeast Regional Center for Drug-Free Schools and Communities. Developing the Resilient Child: A Prevention Manual for Parents, Schools, Communities, and Individuals. Sayville, NY: Author, 1992.
Palfrey, J. S. Community Child Health: An Action Plan for Today. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1995.
Sobel, David. Beyond ecophobia: Reclaiming the heart in nature education. People and Nature, Orion, Autumn, 11-17, 1995.
Yang, C.P. et al. History of lactation and breast cancer risk. American Journal of Epidemiology, 138, 1050, 1993.
Council of Chief State School Officers. Assessing Health Literacy: Assessment Framework. Soquel, CA: ToucanEd Publications, 1998.
Council of Chief State School Officers. Assessing Health Literacy: A Guide to Portfolios. Soquel, CA: ToucanEd Publications, 1997.
Council of Chief State School Officers. HealthHelp CD-ROM: Reference and Documentation Handbook for Health Education Assessment Project State Collaborative on Assessment and Student Standards, Version 2.0. Washington, DC: Authors, 1997.
Hart, D. Authentic Assessment: A Handbook for Educators. Menio Park, CA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1994.
National Education Goals Panel. Principles and Recommendations for Early Childhood Assessments. Washington, DC: Author, 1998.
Behavior-Based Surveys/Needs Assessments
Center for the Study of Social Policy. Kids Count Data Book: State Profiles of Child Well-Being. Greenwood, CT: The Annie E. Casey Foundation, 1999.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Youth risk behavior surveillance--United States, 1997. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 47, (SS-3), 1998.
Goodenow, C. Massachusetts 1997 Youth Risk Behavior Survey Results. Malden, MA: Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, August 1998.
Johnston, L.D., Bachman, J.G., O'Malley, P.M. Monitoring the Future Study, 1997. Ann Arbor, MI: Institute for Survey Research, University of Michigan, 1997.
Kaiser, Henry J. Foundation, Children Now. Talking with Kids About Tough Issues: A National Survey of Parents and Kids. Menlo Park, CA: Author, 1999.
Kaiser, Henry J. Foundation, YM Magazine. National Survey of Teens: Teens Talk about Dating, Intimacy, and their Sexual Experiences. Menlo Park, CA: Author, 1998.
National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University. Back to School 1998-The CASA National Survey of American Attitudes on Substance Abuse IV: Teens, Teachers and Principals. New York, NY: Columbia University, 1998.
Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Adolescent Tobacco Use in Massachusetts: Trends Among Public School Students 1984-1996 Tobacco, Alcohol, Other Drugs. Boston, MA: Health and Addictions, Inc., 1997.
Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Health Risks and Preventive Behavior Among Massachusetts Adults, 1996: Results from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey. Boston, MA: Author, December 1998.
United States Department of Health and Human Services. 1998 National Household Survey on Drug Abuse. Washington, DC: Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, USDHHS.
Health Related Organizations And Associations
Advocates for Youth - 1025 Vermont Avenue, NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20005 (202) 347-5700
American Academy of Pediatrics - 141 Northwest Point Blvd., Elk Grove, IL 60007 (847) 228-5005
American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance - 1900 Association Drive, Reston, VA 20191 (703) 476-3467
American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences- 1555 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 (703) 706-4600 (800) 424-8080
American Cancer Society National Office - 1599 Clifton Rd., N.E., Atlanta, GA 30329 (800) ACS-2345
American Dental Association - 211 E. Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611 (312) 440-2865
American Health Foundation - 675 Third Avenue, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10017 (212) 953-1900
American Heart Association - 7272 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, TX 75231 (214) 706-1356 (Massachusetts Affiliate: 20 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 01701 (508) 620-1700)
American Medical Association - 515 North State Street, Chicago, IL 60610 (312) 464-4065
American Public Health Association - 1015 15th Street, N.W. 3rd Floor, Washington, DC 20005 (202) 789-56000
American Red Cross - 8111 Gatehouse Road, Jefferson Park, Falls Church, VA 22042 (703) 206-7180
American School Counselor Association- 801 N. Fairfax St., Suite 310, Alexandria, VA 22314 (703) 683-2722
American School Food Service Association - 1600 Duke Street, 7th Floor, Alexandria, VA 22314 (800) 877-8822
American School Health Association - PO Box 708, Kent, OH 44240 (330) 678-1601
Association for the Advancement of Health Education - 1900 Association Drive, Reston, VA 20191 (703) 476-3437
CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse - (800) 458-5231, (800) 342-AIDS (English Hotline), (800) 344-SIDA (Spanish Hotline), (800) 243-7012 (TTY/TDD), (301) 217-0023 (International line)
Comprehensive Health Education Foundation - 22419 Pacific Highway South, Seattle, WA 98198 (206) 824-2907
Council of Chief State School Officers - One Massachusetts Ave., N.W. Suite 700, Washington, DC 20001 (202) 336-7035
Data Analysis and Testing Associates, Inc.- P.O. Box 395, Concord, MA 01742 (207) 748-1064
Education Development Center - 55 Chapel Street, Newton, MA 02160 (617) 969-7100
ETR Associates - PO Box 1830, Santa Cruz, CA 95061 (408) 438-4060; (800) 321-4407
Home Economics Education Association - Central Washington University, Home Economics Department, 400 East 8th Avenue, Ellensburg, Washington 98926 (508) 963-2766
Indoor Air Quality Information Clearinghouse - (800) 438-4318, (202) 484-1307
National Assembly on School-Based Health Care- 1522 K Street, N.W. Suite 600, Washington, DC 20005 (888) 286-8727
National Association of Community Health Centers- 1330 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W., Suite 122, Washington, DC 20036 (202) 659-8008
National Association of Elementary School Principals- 1615 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 (703) 684-3345
National Association of Secondary School Principals- 1904 Association Drive, Reston, VA 20191 (703) 860-0200
National Association of School Nurses - PO Box 1300, Scarborough, ME 04070 (207) 883-2117
National Association for Sport and Physical Education - 1900 Association Drive, Reston, VA 20191 (703) 476-3412
National Center for Health Education - 72 Spring Street, Suite 208, New York, NY 10012 (212) 334-9470
National Center for Health Statistics - 6525 Belcrest Road, Hyattsville, MD 20782 (301) 436-8500
National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect Information - (800) FYI-3366, (703) 385-7565
National Clearinghouse on Family Support and Children's Mental Health, Portland State University - (800) 628-1696, (503) 725-4040, (503) 725-4165 (TTD)
National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education - C/o IEL 1001 Connecticut Ave., N.W. Suite 310, Washington, DC 20036
National Coalition of Advocates for Students - 100 Boylston Street, Suite 737, Boston, MA 02116 (617) 357-8507
National Education Association/Health Information Network - 1201 16th Street NW, Suite 521, Washington, DC 20036 (202) 822-7570
National Fire Protection Association- Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02269 (617) 770-3000
National Health Education Consortium - Institute for Education Leadership, 1001 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 310, Washington DC 20036 (202) 822-8405
National Health Information Center - (800) 336-4797, (301) 565-4167 Washington, DC
National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities - (800) 695-0285, (202) 884-8200 Washington, DC
National Injury Information Clearinghouse - (301) 504-0424 Washington, DC
National Men's Health Foundation- 14 East Minor St., Emmaus, PA 18098-0099 (610) 967-8620
National Mental Health Association - 1021 Prince St., Alexandria, VA 22314 (703) 681-7722
National Oral Health Information Clearinghouse - (301) 402-7364
National Peer Helpers Association- PO Box 2684, Greenville, NC 27834 (919) 522-3959
National PTA - 330 N. Wabash Ave., Suite 2100, Chicago, IL 60611-3690 (312) 670-6782
National SAFE Kids Campaign- 111 Michigan Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20010 (202) 939-4993
National Safety Council - 1121 Sprink Lake Drive, Itasca, IL 60143-3201 (630) 285-1121
National Wellness Association- PO Box 827, Stevens Point, WI 54481-0827 (715) 342-2969
National Youth Sports Safety Foundation- 333 Longwood Ave, Suite 202, Boston, MA 02115 (617) 277-1171
Office on Smoking and Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - (404) 488-5705, (800) CDC-1311
President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports - (202) 272-3430
Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States-SIECUS- 130 West 42nd Street, Suite 350 New York, NY 10036-7802 (212) 819-9770
Society of State Directors of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation - 1900 Association Drive, Reston, VA 20191 (703) 476-3402
Stalker, John C. Institute of Food and Nutrition- Framingham State College, 100 State Street, Framingham, MA 01701 (508) 626-4702
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Hotline - (800) 638-2772, (800) 638-8270 (TT), (301) 504-0580
University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Psychology- School Mental Health Project, Box 951563, Los Angeles, CA 90095 (310) 825-3634 firstname.lastname@example.org
Local Organizations and Agencies
ABCD Health Services, Men's Preventive Health Program- 105 Chauncy St., 4th Fl, Boston, MA 02111 (617) 357-6000, ext. 251
Adolescent Health Council- Executive Office of Health and Human Resources- 1 Ashburton Place, 11th Fl, Boston, MA 02108
American Cancer Society; Alliance for Comprehensive School Health Education- 30 Speen St., Framingham, MA 01701 (508) 270-4600
Coalition Organized for Health Education in Schools (COHES)- 1672 Beacon St., Woburn, MA 02468 (617) 332-4629
Department of Fire Services- Public Education Unit, P.O. Box 1025, State Rd., Stow, MA 01775 (978) 567-3380
Department of Public Health, Injury Prevention and Control Unit- 250 Washington St., Boston, MA 02108 (617) 624-5920
GLSEN Boston (Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network)- 29 Stanhope St., Boston, MA 02116 (617) 536-9669
Governor's Commission on Domestic Violence- One Ashburton Place, 21st Floor Boston, MA 02108
Governor's Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth- State House, Room 111, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-3600 Ext. 312
Massachusetts Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (MAHPERD)- email@example.com- 81B Seaver Street, Wellesley, MA 02481 (781) 431-9599
Massachusetts Alliance for Young Families- 105 Chauncy St., 8th Fl., Boston, MA 02111 (617) 482- 9122
Massachusetts Association of Family and Consumer Sciences- 3 Allison Drive, Westford, MA 01886 (978) 692-7143 OR 6 Frost Lane, Hadley, MA 01035 (413) 549-0091
Massachusetts Dietetic Association - 6 Abbot Road, Wellesley Hills, MA 02181 (781) 431-6421
Massachusetts Governor's Advisory Commission on Responsible Fatherhood & Family Support- State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-3600
Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association- 83 Cedar Street, Milford, MA 01757 (508) 478-5641
Massachusetts Medical Society- 4440 Main St., Waltham, MA 02154-1649 (617) 893-4610
Massachusetts Occupational Education Directors- Federal Programs, New Bedford Public Schools, 455 County, New Bedford, MA 02740 (508) 997-4511
Massachusetts School Counselors Association- 23 Cottate St., Natick, MA 01760 (508) 653-0953 firstname.lastname@example.org
Massachusetts School Nurse Organization- 47 Davidson Road, Framingham, MA 01701 (508) 626-9197
Massachusetts Teachers Association- 20 Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108, (617) 742-7950 or (800) 392-6175
Massachusetts Department of Public Health- 250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108, (617) 624-6000. School Health Unit (617) 624-5070
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Comprehensive Health Education Resource Centers
Massachusetts Prevention Center #1, 110 Maple St., Suite 301, Springfield, MA 01105-1857, (413) 732-2009
Massachusetts Prevention Center #2, 10 Main St., Florence, MA 01062, (413) 584-3800 ext. 128 or (800) 850-3880
Massachusetts Prevention Center #3, 158 Union Ave., Framingham, MA 01702, (508) 875-05419
Massachusetts Prevention Center #4, 531 Main St., Worcester, MA 01608, (508) or (800) 752-8083 ext. 25
Massachusetts Prevention Center #5, Merrimack Valley Area Health Education Center, Mail--34 Haverhill St., Ofc--38 Prospect St., Lawrence, MA 01841, (978) 688-2323, (800) LIVE-WELL
Massachusetts Prevention Center #6, 27 Congress St., Salem, MA 01970, (978) 745-3104
Massachusetts Prevention Center #7, 95 Berkeley St., Boston, MA 02116, (617) 423-4337
Massachusetts Prevention Center #8, 522 Massachusetts Ave., Suite 203, Cambridge, MA 02138, (617) 441-0555
Massachusetts Prevention Center #9, 942 West Chestnut St., Brockton, MA 02401, (508) 583-2350
Massachusetts Prevention Center Special Needs, Concord-Assabet Adolescent Services, 872 Westford Rd., Carlisle, MA 01741, (978) 371-0059
Northeastern University, Mentors in Violence Prevention Project- 360 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02115 (617) 373-4025
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Regional Office- 10 Causeway St., Room 224, Boston, MA 02222
Health Education and Behavior (formerly Journal of Health Education) - Sage Publications, Inc., 2455 Teller Rd., Thousand Oaks, CA 91320 (805) 499-0721
Journal of School Health- American School Health Association, 7263 State Route 43, P.O.Box 708, Kent, OH 44240 (330) 678-1601
Tobacco Control Update- Tobacco, Law & Policy Project. Northeastern University. 360 Huntington Ave. 117 Cushing Hall Boston, MA 02115 (617) 373-8494
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