How Many Schools Don't Have Nurses?
By Matthew Di Carlo
The National Association of School Nurses (NASN) recommends a student-to-nurse ratio of no more than 750:1. According to a survey done in 2006, the national average was 1,151:1. Due to funding decreases, this ratio may be higher today.
How Two Students Inspired a School Nurse to Change Policy
The importance of having a nurse in every school 100% of the time.
Many School Districts Don't Have Enough School Nurses
By Lauren Camera
The school nurse is becoming dangerously endangered.
Congrats to the 2016 School Nurse Leadership Award Winners
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