Provides a unifying framework for schools, families, and communities to understand, select, and organize their learning supports (i.e., strategies, programs, and practices used to create conditions to enhance learning).
With a nationwide psychiatrist shortage and diminished access to mental and behavioral health help, one school's community coordinator created "Healthy Island," a once empty room now dedicated to be a safe and therapeutic space for students.
Describes how REL Midwest will partner with multiple school districts to build school leaders’ capacity in using data to reduce disparities among student groups in their sense of belonging, disciplinary actions, and absenteeism through the Data-Informed Leadership for Equity (DILE) partnership.
The University of Iowa is turning its student union hotel into a mental health center. North Carolina’s state colleges are expanding mental health and crisis services with about $8 million from Gov. Ray Cooper. Florida State University created a new course to train faculty and staff to spot and help students battling trauma. Community colleges are stepping up, too.
The Osage County Interlocal Cooperative, Oklahoma [OCIC], as part of its Mental Health Service Professional Demonstration grant initiative, Project PREPARE is recruiting, training, and coaching school psychology, counseling, and social worker interns in the provision of high quality virtual and hybrid mental health services and caseload management.
U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona joined Native American parents in the Oklahoma City area to listen to their unique experiences in urban schools and learn more about ways to support Native American students regarding language preservation and revitalization.
Researchers at the University of Oklahoma are leading an effort to fix a shortage of mental health professionals in rural Oklahoma schools by training 64 behavior analysts, counselors and social workers to work with and inside schools.
Oklahoma State University is holding a statewide campaign to educate parents and young adults about fentanyl poisoning. The 'One Pill Can Kill' campaign is in conjunction with the DEA to spread awareness about the alarming rise of deaths related directly to fentanyl poisoning.
Join to learn about how one school took culturally responsive education for Native American students to the next level.
Culturally responsive education begins with teacher and leader preparation and continues with ongoing training and development.