Evaluation of the Take 10! School-Based Health Program Insert Client’s Name Insert School Name Evaluation of the Take 10! School-Based Health Program With the childhood obesity problem now at epidemic levels, parents too busy to properly cook a nutritious sit-down homemade meal, and kids rushing about with homework and extracurricular activities, nutrition and exercise frequently go by the wayside. Since children spend the majority of their time in the school setting, it makes sense for educators to take a lead in instituting solutions to the problems associated with inadequate nutrition and lack of physical activity. One of the problems, however, is how to carryover the program into the home when children are not in the academic setting....The end:
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