Asthma is the most prevalent chronic disease of children. Poor health literacy and ineffective teaching can result in poorer outcomes, increased Emergency Department visits, readmissions, and increased costs to the system. Our primary aims for this project are: 1) Increase the percent of families who receive multimodal asthma education (verbal, video, and handout) during hospitalization for asthma. 2) Decrease rates of inpatient hospital readmissions for asthmatics aged 2-18. A multidisciplinary QI team including physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, and ancillary providers was formed. Chart audits were done to assess baseline documentation of asthma education on the acute care floors from July 2017 through February 2019. Three PDSA cycles were conducted with interventions including: 1) identification of asthma nurse champions and pilot of new educational materials to families on our pilot unit (March 2019); 2) training all unit staff on asthma education materials (April-May 2019); 3) improvement of electronic medical record asthma education documentation (June-July 2019). Statistical process control charts were used to assess the impact of these interventions. Outcome measures were percent of encounters with any asthma education documented and readmission rates. Process measures were the percent of encounters with each multimodal (verbal, video, or handout) type. Balancing measures included hospital length of stay, time from admission to teaching, and time from discharge order placement to hospital discharge. Encounters with any asthma education documented increased from baseline of 63% to 84% post interventions, with special cause improvement noted. There was also an increase in video education from 0% to 65%. It is too early to report impact on hospital readmission rates which we continue to trend. Our interventions led to no change in our balancing measures. We have been able to successfully increase the overall patient and caregiver asthma education as well as increase use of multimodal methods of asthma teaching. New multimodal education materials implemented have standardized the content and process for asthma education. Ongoing efforts are being made to produce sustained change and to spread asthma education hospital wide. We speculate the project has potential to influence population level asthma outcomes as we continue to expand our reach throughout the health system and community.