April is full of opportunities to engage your students about public health:

The Invisible Shield is a powerful teaching tool for exploring the importance of public health and public health workers, the critical role of immunizations in public health, and the urgency of addressing public health inequities to make healthcare available for all.

The free Journeys in Film discussion guide for The Invisible Shield offers questions to encourage critical thinking, powerful discussion, and expanded understanding of public health. This 4-part docuseries is a great way to get students excited about careers in STEM fields and public health. For grades 11-12, higher education, community groups, and general public use.

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The Invisible Shield series and learning guide were made possible by Bloomberg Philanthropies.

Colorful splatter paint style background in rich, deep colors: blue, red, purple. Text, center right, reads The Invisible Shield (in white) and in smaller text below, in light blue: Public health saved your life today and you don't even know it