All of us understand that there are things we do that maintain our health and protect us from exposure to more serious illness. Eating healthy food, exercising, watching our weight, avoiding smoking, and washing our hands are all designed to provide us with the basis of a healthier lifestyle. The more people follow these simple aspects of healthy living, the fewer colds, viruses and serious illnesses they are likely to get. Efforts to get large proportions of the public to engage in these activities are constantly found through public health announcements, commercials, advertising campaigns and reminders. Indeed, all of us are very aware of the key components that define a healthy lifestyle likely to stave off more serious medical conditions in the future. Read more here.
Just going by the rankings, it could be construed that the U.S. system is failing American children and as a result, failing the nation.
Between 5-10% of all children who enter school will be identified as having a math difficulty.
PUBLISHER: Gary Sasso
EDITOR: Tom Yencho
DESIGN DIRECTOR: Kurt Hansen
CONTRIBUTING WRITERS: Emily Groff, Tricia Long, Elizabeth Shimer Bowers
Theory to Practice is published annually by Lehigh University’s College of Education and the Office of University Communications and Public Affairs.