State policymaking at the intersection of education and health
Thursday September 15, 2016 from 9:30 AM to 3 PM
OCLC Conference Center – Lakeside Building
6600 Kilgour Place
Dublin, OH 43017
6600 Kilgour Place
Dublin, OH 43017
At age 25, U.S. adults without a high school diploma can expect to die 9 years sooner than college graduates. This forum will explore the strong relationship between education and health with a focus on state-level opportunities to improve health policy in ways that will support early childhood and k-12 education goals, such as third grade reading proficiency, as well as education policies likely to improve child health and well-being.
- “Understanding the relationship between education and health: An overview,” Emily Zimmerman, Virginia Commonwealth University
- “Social-emotional learning and future wellness,” Damon Jones, Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center, Penn State University
- “The impact of student absenteeism on education outcomes,” Hedy Chang, Executive Director, Attendance Works
- “What’s happening locally: A study of absenteeism in the Dayton area,” Tanya Zucconi, Vice President of Professional Services, SRG Technology
- “State agency perspective: Health initiatives with the potential to impact education,” Dir. Richard Hodges, Ohio Department of Health
- “Looking forward: Education goals and opportunities for Ohio,” Paolo DeMaria, Ohio Superintendent of Public Instruction
Boxed lunches will be served (vegetarian options available)
Registration begins at 9:00 am, with program starting at 9:30 am.
CLE credit: This course has been approved by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 3.75 hours of CLE credit.
- Click here for a complete pdf packet of all CLE material
- “Understanding the Relationship Between Education and Health: A Review of the Evidence and an Examination of Community Perspectives,” Emily Zimmerman, Virginia Commonwealth University
- “Early Social-Emotional Functioning and Public Health: The Relationship Between Kindergarten Social Competence and Future Wellness,” Damon Jones, Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center
- “Present, Engaged, and Accounted For: The Critical Importance of Addressing Chronic Absence in the Early Grades,” Hedy Chang, Attendance Works
HPIO has a limited number of PARTIAL scholarships available on a first-come, first-served basis. If you feel that you are unable to defray the cost of admission, please contact Sarah Dorn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made in writing to Sarah Dorn at email@example.com. The last day to cancel registration for a full refund is one week prior to the event (Sept. 8, 2016). A cancellation fee of $15 will be deducted from your refund for all cancellations received after Sept. 8. If you do not send us notification of cancellation prior to the event on Sept. 15, you will be required to remit the full amount of the registration fee. Those who do not remit payment will be required to pay in advance for any future events.
Note for State Employees and Legislators
Forum registration fee can be waived for all State of Ohio executive branch employees, legislators and staff. However, state employees, legislators and staff that are reportable persons should note that their attendance at the event is subject to JLEC disclosure if their forum registration fee is waived.
There is no fee waiver for forum registration where CLE is requested.
Reportable persons are required to file a financial disclosure form (FDS) with JLEC. If you are unsure whether or not you are reportable, please consult your legal counsel.