An increase in either the discipline gap or the academic achievement gap between black and white students in the United States predicts a jump in the other, according to a new study published... Read more »
The National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments (NCSSLE) tracks trends and developments in issues related to school climate and conditions for learning through online media sites, blogs, syndication and aggregation services, and other news resources from local, regional, and national media outlets. Browse this ongoing collection of posts to learn about what’s happening in communities near you and across the nation.
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Employers are staring at a chasm between the skills they require and what would-be employees bring to the workforce.
The bell doesn't ring until 8 a.m. at Lincoln High School, but by then freshman Briana Lopez has been awake for hours.
Campus leaders offer support from high school recruitment all the way to graduate school enrollment.
Today’s law enforcement officers have multiple roles. They are expected not just to enforce laws and protect life, they are also entrusted to contribute to the intervention, education and recovery... Read more »
The week of Oct. 7 is Mental Illness Awareness Week and Thursday, Oct. 10 was Mental Health Awareness Day. For Bradley University senior John Finn, however, prioritizing his mental health spans... Read more »
With multiyear programs, students receive the same high-end support as their upper-middle-class peers.
Williams College, a private liberal arts school in Massachusetts, enrolled eight transfer students from community colleges this year (up from two last year), including Lara and Jason Meintjes, who... Read more »
Drugs, depression and discipline problems surge in the months after the tragedies.
Vita Blanco dropped out of high school in ninth grade. She became homeless at 15 when living with her family became impossible. The following year, she moved to Vancouver, Washington, and found a... Read more »
Suicide rates continue to increase across all age groups in America, but the rising youth suicide epidemic, which has progressively increased since the 1950s, is... Read more »
The federal grant will support four South Jersey school districts, including Lumberton, as they train staff and teachers on ways to enhance schools’ climates and cultures.
The U.S. Department of Education on Tuesday announced $71.6 million in federal funding to improve school safety and student access to mental health resources, according to a press release.
As some students continue to spend their weekends going out to party and drink, a new research project at VCU and a grant worth more than half a million dollars may change the way the university... Read more »
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos today announced $71.6 million in new funding to enhance safety in schools and improve student access to mental health resources. The U.S. Department of... Read more »
For more than 10 years, Florence City Schools has had on site professional mental health counselors from Riverbend Center for Mental Health.
For the last fifteen years, Excelencia in Education has worked to accelerate Latino student success in higher education to help address the U.S. economy’s need for a highly educated workforce and... Read more »
A Christensen Institute analysis has examined the value of "micro-internships" and suggested that pairing them with various student support approaches in higher education could make them even more... Read more »
In recent years, a steadily increasing volume of data has demonstrated that peer victimization—the clinical term for bullying—impacts hundreds of millions of children and adolescents, with the... Read more »
School districts across Michigan are scrambling to deal with what many superintendents now call an epidemic of vaping among students.