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Approximately 24,000 school-aged children and their families will have greater access to mental health care through a new University of Missouri initiative funded by local taxes.
Community circles and other restorative practices can boost health, wellbeing and academic achievement for girls of color, a new Georgetown University study has found.
As states and local districts seek stimulus funding, address learning losses while being mindful of three related areas of concern: social and emotional well-being, growing inequities among vulnerable groups, and teachers’ mental health.
Experts encourage superintendents to deploy even more comprehensive safety strategies as students who’ve been traumatized during COVID re-acclimate to school.
With more students returning to classrooms, it’s time for district administrators to focus on safety issues beyond the COVID public health crisis.
More than half of teens are not ready to deal with the anxiety of returning to school, says a survey that may sound some alarms for administrators.
Minnesota's digital wellbeing bill would fund education and training around the balanced use of screens, the internet and social media, supporters say.
With much focus on re-engaging students in learning as more schools reopen, administrators are also re-committing to security beyond PPE and COVID precautions.
Here are several attendance-related intervention strategies, which are especially important during periods of remote and hybrid learning.
As we reopened our doors to teachers and students, beyond health and safety protocols, we focused on building the sense of resilience that children need to recover from the upheavals of the past year.
Schools are adopting a harm-reduction drug education curriculum that advocates say helps students make better decisions than "abstinence-only" programs.