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The Creation and Evolution of the Smarter Lunchrooms Scorecard

The Smarter Lunchrooms Scorecard is comprised of 60 strategies for designing a school lunchroom environment that encourages selection and consumption of healthy foods.  The Scorecard is based on years of behavioral science research conducted in schools and in other dining environments.  Join, David Just, PhD, Professor at Cornell University and Co-Founder of the Smarter Lunchrooms Movement, for a dive into the research behind the key tool for implementation of the Smarter Lunchrooms Movement. David will address the switch from the 100 to 60 Point Scorecard as well as the adoption and integration of the Scorecard into national programming.

Learning Objectives
After this webinar attendees will be able to...
  • Understand the behavioral science foundation of the Smarter Lunchrooms Scorecard
  • Cite the key research theories and studies that contribute to the Scorecard
*** Please note that this webinar will be hosted using Zoom***

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