School-based health clinics for teachers and their families can significantly lower a district’s health-care costs and slightly reduce teacher absenteeism, a new study finds. The study, conducted by the RAND Corporation and published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, is the first that examines the relationship between teacher health and onsite health clinics at schools, as well as how those clinics can affect student achievement and health-care costs.
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