Name

Targeted Population Group or Sample Size When Project Began

Grade Levels

Pawtucket Heart Health Progam

N = 105

7–12

Stanford Adolescent Heart Health Program

N = 1,447

9–10

Nutrition in a Changing World

N = 880

3–5

Nutrition for Life

N = 1,863

7–8

Postponing Sexual Involvement

Unknown

8

Peer Power and ADAM

Unknown

6–8

Reducing the Risk

N = 586

10

San Francisco AIDS Prevention Education Curricula

N = 639

6–12

NOTE: Programs described in this table represent only a sample of school health programs that have been evaluated. No attempt has been made by the IOM Committee on Comprehensive School Health Programs in Grades K-12 to determine the quality and validity of the methods of evaluation or the findings of these programs. The findings presented are based on other publications or reports. Inclusion of these program descriptions and evaluations in this report does not imply endorsement by the committee or the U.S. Public Health Service, Department of Health and Human Services, who provided the publication from which this information was compiled.



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