News Clips

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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January 2023

01/26/2023
The Robesonian

The University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP) is collaborating with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) to help increase the number of mental health professionals to… Read more »

01/26/2023
Chalkbeat New York

Mayor Eric Adams recently announced that all New York City high school students will have access to mental health support through telehealth programs, an effort to address growing concerns about… Read more »

01/26/2023
WMTV NBC15

High school students and staff took part in a Mental Health Matters Summit aimed at creating discussion surrounding mental health to reduce the stigma and create awareness about available… Read more »

01/26/2023
U.S. Department of Education

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… Read more »

01/25/2023
WCNC Charlotte

School districts in the Charlotte, NC area are seeking new funding from the North Carolina General Assembly to fund mental health services, including mental health-related staff. 

01/25/2023
WDBJ

Traumatic school events, such as potential threat putting classrooms on lockdown, have lasting mental health impacts on students, teachers, and families. Tips for recovery include social support,… Read more »

01/20/2023
Ed Source

The University of California is planning to expand outreach at more than half of the state’s community colleges in an effort to increase the number of students who successfully transfer from those… Read more »

01/19/2023
Edutopia

Since high school students may feel anxious when studying the topic of climate change, teachers can use SEL strategies to promote the development of healthy coping skills.

01/19/2023
Chronicle of Higher Education

Student-affairs leaders say that demand for mental-health treatment continues to exceed existing resources, particularly as more students have become comfortable seeking help

01/19/2023
Philadelphia Inquirer

The number of aggravated assaults, robberies with a firearm, and thefts have increased near its main campus, and at a higher rate than the city as a whole, according to an analysis of police data… Read more »

01/19/2023
L.I. Herald

Students and mental health professionals presented youth's perspective on the mental health crisis to educate groups and discuss mental well-being in the same context as physical wellness. 

01/19/2023
St. Clair Times

The availability of mental health resources for students in the Pell City School System was discussed at the January 17th Board of Education meeting. 

01/18/2023
Inside Higher Ed

As student mental health continues to worsen, college and university leaders seems to be increasing their focus—and spending—on mental health services, according to the results of a new survey … Read more »

01/18/2023
Washington Post

Yale University unveiled sweeping changes Wednesday that will allow students suffering from mental health problems to take time off without losing health insurance or facing a daunting application… Read more »

01/18/2023
Community College Daily

When Pima Community College in Arizona rolled out its first “Fast Track” programs in October 2021, allowing students to earn a stackable micro-credential that would lead to a high-paying job in as… Read more »

01/18/2023
Higher Ed Dive

Nearly three-quarters of student affairs professionals, 72%, said the mental health of students and employees worsened during the past year, according to a new report from NASPA, a higher… Read more »

01/18/2023
The City of Salem

Seven school divisions, including Salem City Schools, will receive funding through a $15 million federal grant awarded to the Virginia Department of Education. 

01/17/2023
Inside Higher Ed

A new report, released today, suggests using a customer service management system, or CRM, can help historically Black colleges and universities better serve students.

01/17/2023
UWM Report

Isaac Gonzalez used software that he learned in his engineering courses to solve a problem in a manufacturing plant. Alex Valle learned business and email etiquette on the job, aspects of business… Read more »

01/17/2023
El Paso Matters

Across the country, two-year institutions are pushing flexible class schedules, pinpointed degree plans, and student-centered initiatives as a way to increase graduation and certification rates.… Read more »

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