Register today for ASHA's 2017 Conference taking place in St. Louis Missouri from October 11-13 featuring presenters over four tracks, 1) Administration, Coordination, and Leadership, 2) Programs and Services 3) Research and Emerging Issues and 4) Teaching and Learning. Presenters and attendees will network throughout this 2 and half day event and take back home resources, tools, and information to connect health and learning for preK-12 students and to support new and existing school health efforts.
ASHA supports school health issues that tie to our mission statement, to transform all schools into places where every student learns and thrives, and our Core Beliefs. Read more to learn about our Core Beliefs and what ASHA has committed to.
The Journal of School Health seeks articles that consider a diverse array of migrations, geographic locations, perspectives, populations, methodologies, and time periods in order to understand the diverse ways that schools have contributed to immigrant and refugee wellbeing and health, broadly defined. We encourage empirical, theoretical, developmental, and philosophical articles.