Can health education in American schools be seen as a success and what is in store for the future to make it even more effective in the US and beyond?
Health education was introduced to increase students’ knowledge on health ed issues, improve their skills and cultivate positive attitudes towards health. It has been used as a means to motivate kids to take care of their bodies, prevent diseases and minimize risky behaviors. Can we say that it has positively impacted our society and brought about a health change? Are there political issues in education that have barred the success factor and is there something that can be done to increase effectiveness?
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