When the Clarence Central School District requested data from other area districts in relation to their guidance counselor-to-student ratios, it did so in an effort to compare the numbers to its... Read more »
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An Illinois group says it has found a way to improve the handling of mental health issues in children.
Learn all about important bullying statistics, the different types, and what you can do to address bullying both in school and at home.
Discussions of mental health diagnoses and treatment have increased in recent years, particularly on college campuses. At the University of Massachusetts, this upward trend has increased scrutiny... Read more »
In response, Fadness launched a citywide effort to build up mental health supports, including a large focus on the city’s schools. The schools got new therapists, emergency response officials... Read more »
Demystifying college is critical for first-generation students, says Catie McCorry-Andalis, UTEP’s dean of students.
Increasingly, schools are reaching out to ‘non-traditional’ students. They tend to be older, live off-campus, and may have other responsibilities like full-time jobs or children. More than 15... Read more »
New studies find variation by departments, with many findings of significant rates of depression and anxiety.
Five years ago, I sat in front of my computer with my 7-year-old daughter and completed the Hour of Code. She absolutely loved the idea of typing something and seeing animation as a result. This... Read more »
Military veterans in postsecondary education are more likely to earn an associate degree or certificate than their non-veteran peers. But veterans tend to take longer to complete.
When applying to many of the nation's top universities, if you aren't accepted in that first, extremely competitive, round of admissions, you're not likely to get in. But some institutions are... Read more »
A new $80,000 grant will be used to train school staff to provide "mental health first aid" while working to connect students with services.
After 25 days without school because of the fire, classes resumed today for Concow’s students and tens of thousands of others across Butte County, which encompasses the acutely damaged towns of... Read more »
For thousands of youngsters in Northern California who lost their homes or their classrooms in last month’s deadly wildfire, life crept a little closer to normal Monday when school finally resumed... Read more »
At a packed event Sunday evening at the Indianapolis Public Library, journalist Roland Martin asked tough questions of local school leaders about education, equity, and America’s persistent... Read more »
Attendees walked away satisfied Tuesday after learning what Stillwater Public Schools is doing to keep kids safe.
Number of teachers of color is stuck at 5 percent as state’s diversity explodes.
Making sure a kid has a binder — or perhaps something else that binds him or her to learning — is the bottom line for the Communities In Schools program, which works to help students and families... Read more »
A growing group of teenagers and children struggle in traditional school settings because of toxic stress or mental health diagnoses and often get pushed aside or forced out by zero tolerance... Read more »
More than ever before, preventionists on college campuses are called to attend to the needs of a wide range of students, including those from underrepresented or historically marginalized groups... Read more »