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The implementation of Smart Choices was evaluated in Term 2, 2007 by surveying principals, Parents and Citizens' Associations (P&Cs), and tuckshop convenors. The evaluation examined the level of understanding, engagement and implementation of Smart Choices within school communities.

A full copy of the findings is available in the Smart Choices Evaluation Report (new window) 2.1M Adobe PDF document.

A short evaluation summary (new window) 252K Adobe PDF document of the findings and recommendations is also available.

The findings from this evaluation indicate that at the time of the survey, Queensland state schools:

The evaluation found that the overall implementation of Smart Choices was high with:

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