Student behavior

Tackling trauma: 6 steps for enhancing student mental health care

District leaders can fortify school mental health services by training teachers to spot trauma, focusing on COVID's inequitable impacts, enlisting parents and building community partnerships.

7 strategies for sharing critical student data with parents

Families can better help their children succeed in online learning if schools provide timely and easy to understand data, along with resources to improve student performance.

3 ways to support students with emotional and behavioral disorders now

How to work with students in person and online when the spring and summer months have resulted in regression of self-regulation abilities and inappropriate behaviors

CDC prioritizes in-person learning in guidance for reopening schools

Bringing students and teachers back to classrooms for in-person instruction is the guiding principle in the CDC's revised guidelines for reopening schools during a continued surge in COVID infections.

Fact from fiction: Teaching students to recognize fake news

Education and news panelists weigh in on media literacy and the importance of having students double-check sources and information, especially those online, when doing research.

Toxicity in esports is a potential Title IX issue for schools

Academic institutions must actively lead the industry to combat cyberbullying. According to the Anti-Defamation League, 65 percent of players suffered 'severe harassment.'

Game-driven: A teacher’s guide to making esports sizzle

Educator Jason Dilley of Sedro-Woolley School District in Washington shares his thoughts on how to structure teams and select video games when starting from the ground up.

Why every school should have an esports team

Renowned middle school teacher and coach Chris Aviles says there is no better activity to enhance SEL, career skills, a sense of community and online safety.

Exclusionary school discipline approaches not effective at preventing school violence

A new Government Accountability Office report examines school shooting data by type, location, time of day, school year and relationship of the shooter to the school community.

School social workers see ‘overwhelming’ student need ahead

School social workers in low-income and minority communities are sounding the alarm that districts will not be able to meet students' basic needs this fall without more funding. 

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