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The pandemic was a wrecking ball for U.S. public education, bringing months of school closures, frantic moves to remote instruction, and trauma and isolation. Kids may be back at school after three. Here are five steps high schools can take to support students’ mental health.Integrating social-emotional learning into math, science, or even language arts can be a tough task these days.The stream of headlines has been steady: The pandemic, and the shutdowns necessary to limit its spread, caused significant learning loss among America’s students.

. No conversation about educational equity, student success, or economic mobility is complete without a discussion about parenting students, who represent more than one fifth of all undergraduates. Helping parenting students succeed in college is critical to their economic well-being, as well as their families’: Not only does financial stability lead to improved child outcomes, but children of parents who completed a bachelor’s degree are more likely to complete degrees themselves.There is no ignoring the burgeoning mental health crisis sweeping across America’s college campuses. Study after study shows that students are increasingly anxious, depressed and are experiencing at least one mental health issue.

We’re just now beginning to process how COVID has reshaped our schools — and the state of our education politics. From historic test score declines to fractured learning recovery efforts, a teen mental health emergency, a high school absenteeism crisis and imploding college enrollment, the foundation of our education system has been rocked. Amid these. Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb last week released the results of a “listening tour” on education in the city, calling it the beginning of an ambitious plan to solve long-time, entrenched issues facing the city’s students, educators and families.London teenagers on the stresses of growing up in an uncertain world.

KPMG leveraged listening to enhance caregiver benefits and support. Hurricanes and other disasters exact a mental health toll that can persist without strong communities and support networks. From the first day in office and every day since, the Biden-Harris Administration has led the charge to ensure that all African American families and.

Health Panel Recommends Screening All Kids 8 and Up for Anxiety

To address the mental health crisis facing American youth, experts also said adolescents should be screened for depression.For increasing numbers of families, school refusal is a crippling problem. But some programs are offering hope by thinking outside the box. Professor Sarah Howorth says her program at the University of Maine helps bridge the gap between high school and college for students with autism.In this latest installment of the CNN Opinion series — “America’s Future Starts Now” — educators, academics and think tank experts examine major problems in US public education, chief among them, the partisan divisions over what gets taught in the classroom and how.The State News sent each candidate the same questionnaire, and eight candidates responded. Here are their answers to questions on a variety of issues ranging from COVID-19 recovery to LGBTQ representation.Since the start of 2020, the term ‘burnout’ has become ubiquitous, with more than half of us reportedly afflicted. Are we in the midst of a nationwide mental health crisis – or is this an inevitable symptom of a culture that misjudges the purpose and value of work?.

Hayes Symposium sparks discussion to strengthen suicide prevention strategies. The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with Sandy Lin, a College senior who is passionate about helping others through education and hopes to gain a wide breadth of professional experiences.

New research looks at intergenerational tensions, Gen Z as coming change agents.For “America’s Future Starts Now,” CNN asked Americans about their concerns for the future. And the bottom line is most people are afraid of what happens next.The Supreme Court is hearing the Harvard admissions discrimination case, which could effectively end affirmative action.Price, chairperson of the Orange County Board of County Commissioners, and Lopez, HR manager for a Triangle-based landscaping company, are running for N.C. House district 50 this election cycle. Here’s a look at their viewpoints on high-priority issues in the state. . A team of social workers, psychotherapists and mental health workers will be available to support students and staff at St. Charles College in Sudbury, Ont., following the death of student Ashton Desormeaux.Students should not wait until they are on campus to begin thinking about how to protect their emotional well-being, experts say.