Bicycle and Pedestrian Curriculum Survey

The Safe Routes to School National Partnership, in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is undertaking the creation of a Bicycle and Pedestrian Curriculum Tool (BPCT) that will aid teachers, school districts, and bicycle and pedestrian instructors throughout the country in successfully matching their unique classroom needs with suitable bicycle and pedestrian curricula. The BPCT will help practitioners identify the curriculum that best fits the time, resources, and expertise available in the classroom with the developmental level of the students, state Physical Education requirements and school budgets. This provides an excellent opportunity to highlight the positives of your community's curriculum, successful examples of it in action, and further expose it to the national market. If you are interested in highlighting your curriculum in the BPCT or would like to provide feedback on existing curricula please take five minutes to fill out the survey below before November 24th, 2010. If you have any further questions please contact Dave Cowan, Program Manager, at the Safe Routes to School National Partnership. (dave@saferoutespartnership.org)