Improving communication between teachers and parents who speak different languages requires thinking outside of the box.
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Parents can monitor their child’s speech and language development to determine if they need early intervention from a speech language pathologist.
Schools, parents, students, and community members can work together to implement effective school lunch programs whether students are on campus or taking classes remotely.
Individuals whose careers or hobbies on their voices may be a risk for vocal injury. How can they prevent and heal from damage?
Learn how to read a nutrition label and practice interpreting them with this resource from MPH@Baylor.
Filling out medical forms and communicating with a doctor can be difficult. Use this resource to prepare everything you need to know for your next appointment.
Teenagers have almost unlimited access to health content online. Building media literacy and health literacy skills can help them discern what information is credible.
More than 5 million older adults were food insecure in 2017. Better communication and increased socialization may help address hunger and food insecurity among this group.
Prioritizing education about disability and inclusion can protect vulnerable students from bullying and promote empathy and kindness throughout the school environment.
An effective stem lesson for young students needs to be more than a game. Learn how to determine whether an activity is worth it.