“After you narrow your list of creative ideas, collaborate with other people to identify possible improvements. Parents and teachers are a great starting point. You can also use the resources on this page to locate experts and other people beyond the classroom who can assist with the assessment process.”

Engaging Dog

Co-Presenter, Six Steps To Solve Any Challenge


We are developing a network and other resources that will allow you to identify and connect with potential experts and mentors. In the meantime, some potential options, in addition to school teachers and parents, include your family doctor, school nurses, hospitals, university professors and schools of public health, mayors and other elected public officials, firefighters, American Red Cross local chapters, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Phoenix Society, US Fire Administration, US Department of Agriculture, Environmental Protection Association, US Hunger Relief Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Association of Schools for Public Health, National Institutes of Health, and United Nations Children’s Fund.


If you come across other good resources, contact us and we may add them.