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This series of four reports is the result of a case study process evaluation of the SNAP-Ed nutrition education partnership, Eat Right Philly (ERP), conducted in 2018-19. The reports focus on the implementation and effectiveness of SNAP-Ed community partnerships.
This report examines several SDP breakfast delivery models and uses data from a two-year study to examine factors related to school breakfast delivery and student participation, analyze implementation challenges, and offer conclusions and recommendations.
This brief examines feasibility factors and parent/guardian experiences with the school backpack program, which provides bags of food for students at participating schools to bring home once per month.
In spring 2019, SDP, in partnership with Mural Arts Philadelphia, was awarded a grant from the William Penn Foundation to redesign schoolyards at three elementary schools into “playful learning areas”–environments designed for children that encourage and reinforce learning outside of the classroom. This brief summarizes the design process.
This report uses YRBS data from 2009 through 2019 to show changes in risk behaviors reported by high school students. It provides a general overview of these behaviors, then presents related findings in six sections: mental health, safety and violence, substance use, sexual health, nutrition and physical activity, and physical health. This report also explores how certain students may be more at risk based on their race/ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation.
Findings related to hunger and food insecurity based on District-Wide Survey responses from parents, guardians, and principals.
Results from an ORE pilot study to determine the feasibility of a future impact study of SHARE produce stands.
This brief summarizes selected findings related to physical activity and education from three reports published by ORE in December 2018.