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Policies for Pupils: Working with School Boards on Walking and Bicycling Policies

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Title: Policies for Pupils: Working with School Boards on Walking and Bicycling Policies
Track: Change
Format: 90 minute panel
Abstract: Engaging schools in walking and bicycling efforts can be difficult given competing education priorities and frequent staff and volunteer turn-over. Attendees will learn about strategies for influencing school boards and policy opportunities at the district level.
Presenters:
Presenter: Sara Zimmerman Safe Routes to School National Partnership
Co-Presenter: Diane Dohm ChangeLab Solutions
Co-Presenter: Bree Romero Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
Co-Presenter: Leigh Ann Von Hagen Voorhees Transportation Center, Rutgers University

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Policies for Pupils: Working with School Boards on Walking and Bicycling Policies

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  3. 3. A transportation system that works for everyone.
  4. 4. What is Transportation Equity?
  5. 5. Vehicle smog.
  6. 6. What can cause asthma among youth?
  7. 7. Promotes equal employment opportunities; Requires equal decision- making power; Promotes healthy and sustainable communities; and It requires meaningful civil rights protections.
  8. 8. What would transportation equity look like?
  9. 9. Accessible and equitable transit.
  10. 10. What should future transportation policy promote?
  11. 11. Answer 1-5
  12. 12. Question 1-5
  13. 13. The Safe Routes to School Policy Workbook.
  14. 14. What is a great tool to build your own Safe Routes to School school district policy?
  15. 15. Not legally, because they usually don’t have the authority.
  16. 16. Can school districts restrict how kids get to school?
  17. 17. DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE
  18. 18. School board policies Wellness policies Transportation Dept. policies Curricula
  19. 19. What are some types of school district policies?
  20. 20. A basic policy declaring support for Safe Routes to School
  21. 21. What is a good place for a school district to start with Safe Routes to School policies?
  22. 22. Answer 2-5
  23. 23. Question 2-5
  24. 24. Local and State Laws, Resolutions, Administrative Regulations and Zoning Provisions
  25. 25. What are examples of policies?
  26. 26. School, School District, Municipality, Region
  27. 27. What are different levels of government in which Safe Routes to School policies are implemented?
  28. 28. They allow for accountability and enforcement, they reach more people, they allow for consistent implementation and they institutionalize good ideas.
  29. 29. What are some reasons why adopting policies is a good approach?
  30. 30. The failure to act with reasonable care under the circumstances?
  31. 31. What is negligence?
  32. 32. Answer 3-5
  33. 33. Question 3-5
  34. 34. Fear of liability, lack of storage, age minimums or delayed dismissal for walkers and cyclists.
  35. 35. What are deterrents to bicycling to school?
  36. 36. How Harrison Ford influenced School Board policy in New Jersey?
  37. 37. What is Clear and Present Danger?
  38. 38. A situation under which school officials have authority for pupils on the way to and from school.
  39. 39. What is disorderly conduct?
  40. 40. Walk and Bike Friendly Schools
  41. 41. What is what we all want? (and is part of Sustainable Jersey for Schools)
  42. 42. Answer 4-5
  43. 43. Question 4-5
  44. 44. Answer 5-1
  45. 45. Question 5-1
  46. 46. Answer 5-2
  47. 47. Question 5-2
  48. 48. Answer 5-3
  49. 49. Question 5-3
  50. 50. Answer 5-4
  51. 51. Question 5-4
  52. 52. Answer 5-5
  53. 53. Question 5-5
  54. 54. Conference Session: Policies for Pupils.
  55. 55. What is the most fun and informative session you attended at this conference?

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