Shade Planning for Schools

Shade Planning for America’s Schools i A CKNOWLEDGMENTS The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention would like to thank the following individuals who provided guidance in the development of Shade Planning for America's Schools : Sharon Adams-Taylor American Association of School Administrators Jeff Ashley, M.D. Sun Safety for Kids Beverly Berkin, CHES, FASHA American School Health Association Susan Boiko, M.D. National Skin Cancer Council David Buller, Ph.D. Cooper Institute Alan Geller, M.P.H, R.N. Boston University School of Medicine Karen Glanz, Ph.D. Emory University Brenda Green, M.F.A. National School Board Association Sonja Johansson Johansson Design Collaborative Norbert Lechner Auburn University Gary Peiffer University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service Linda Rutsch, M.B.A., M.P.H. Environmental Protection Agency Phil Schneider Sun Safety Alliance Becky Smith, Ph.D. National Association of Sport and Physical Education Harold Standerfer, M.A. Alhambra, California School System Beth Stevenson, M.P.H. American Cancer Society Connie Tegeler American Academy of Dermatology Linda Crossett CDC, Division of Adolescent and School Health Susan Derrick CDC, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control Nancy Lee, M.D. CDC, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control Susan True, M.Ed. CDC, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control Shade Planning for America’s Schools was developed for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, by ORC Macro under contract number 200-2002-00574-0004.

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