Vaping ECHO for Education

Overview

Benefits for Participating Schools

  • Participate in a ground-breaking approach to address vaping in schools.
  • Create a school-centered team approach to address vaping in schools.
  • Engage in a network of stakeholders committed to reducing vaping in schools.
  • Increase confidence in schools’ ability to address vaping/tobacco treatment needs of students.
  • Develop participants’ skills to provide support and referrals for vaping/tobacco treatment.
  • Use tele-mentoring to access expert advice concerning prevention and vaping/tobacco treatment.
  1. Second Cohort
  2. Orientation
  3. Summit
  4. ECHO Sessions
  5. Future Participants

The Second Cohort

  • The second cohort will consist of interested schools that applied to be Pilot Schools for the 2021-2022 Vaping ECHO for Education but were not selected.
  • Schools in the second cohort will represent diversity in terms of rural, urban,  socioeconomic status and racial/ethnic makeup.
  • Participating schools are expected to be motivated to impact student use of vaping products and committed to fully participating in the sessions.

The Pilot Project

  1. Details
  2. Resources
  3. What Participants Said

Details about Pilot Schools

  • This is the first Project ECHO known to focus on vaping in schools.
  • Twenty Pilot Schools were selected for participation in Cohort One of the Kansas Project ECHO on Vaping. Two schools were selected from each of the ten Kansas State Board of Education member’s districts.