ENC-Teacher Exchange
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Spotlighting teachers, and new ideas, for combating obesity
Teacher resources & videos
Click here to go directly to the page containing a list of all downloadable teacher resources affiliated with video stories on this web site.

Click here for a quick look at all videos we've produced to date that feature some of the teachers and schools that are most effectively combating obesity in the U.S.  . 

Latest additions to site!
ENC-Teacher Exchange focuses this month on hunger with "Breakfast in Dallas Classrooms," a video feature about the very successful program unanimously approved this year by the Dallas Independent School District.  In February we featured  "Go Slow Whoa," a video feature story from Laredo Elementary School in Aurora, Colorado. 

Other recent additions include: 

A program created in concert with AAFCS

Combating obesity in America
(2-minute program overview)

Owing to technical issues with,
this video is embedded from the ENC Library on YouTube.


ENC-Teacher Exchange was introduced early in 2012 by Egg Nutrition Center, science division of The American Egg Board, to pay tribute and shine more light on teachers in America's 134,000 schools that embrace new and more effective programs that encourage young people to embrace regular physical activity and healthier food choices. 

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