Health Centers and Full-Service Community Schools

By Katy Murphy
Monday, December 5th, 2011
Oakland Superintendent Tony Smith’s vision of full-service community schools is taking shape on some campuses, thanks to a school-based health center initiative that has picked up steam (and millions of dollars in funding) since 2008. Oakland Unified’s 12th health center opened this week, at the 1,900-student Skyline High School. For more about this article go to Full Service Community Schools.

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