About This Project
One in thirteen children is diagnosed with a food allergy, putting them at great risk each day they attend school, where staff may be ill prepared. It is hypothesized that staff at K-5 schools are more knowledgeable about food allergies, than staff in higher grades. This study will survey Princeton Public School staff to assess their understanding of food allergies and determine whether knowledge is inconsistent and where additional education might be necessary.
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