These conferences and summits offer excellent opportunities for educator professional development.
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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The College Foundation of West Virginia's (CFWV) program, Txt 4 Success, is attributing a 7 percent increase in first-year college retention to the timely reminders it sends to students.
The director of the Second Chance College Program at the U of Baltimore explains the challenges and benefits of offering higher ed to students who are incarcerated.
Even at the youth level, there is a lot of talk about being mentally tough as an athlete -- though the conversation about what that means may be changing.
That training was given by a nearby nonprofit that had recently changed its name – from Resilient Kids to the Center for Resilience – because, said founder and executive director Vanessa Weiner,... Read more »
Fresh waves of grief have hit the communities of Parkland, Fla., and Newtown, Conn., after recent news of more deaths.
A new initiative in Cache Valley will promote post-secondary education among the Latinx student population in the valley.
When lawmakers gave more than $69 million in mental health to school districts after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High shooting, many cast the funding as a way to help prevent future mass... Read more »
Middle school students who feel their parents are more involved in their education have fewer mental health struggles — along with fewer suicidal thoughts and behaviors — in response to being... Read more »
When examining school discipline disparities, data consistently show that Asian-American students, compared to other racial and ethnic groups, have the lowest rates of suspensions and expulsions... Read more »
A student at the Florida high school where a gunman's rampage killed 17 people last year was found dead of an apparent suicide, police said Sunday – the second student from the school to claim... Read more »
A lack of counselors at a school in Colorado inspired the administration to collaborate with students on a peer counseling program to address students’ mental health needs.
Mayor Sam Liccardo and San Jose council members threw their support behind homeless students at San Jose State University Thursday, offering to match the university in providing emergency grants... Read more »
With the value of students’ experiences in mind, Achieving the Dream (ATD) collaborated with the Center for Community College Student Engagement (CCCSE), the American Indian Higher Education... Read more »
Two-year institutions are looking beyond academics to create guided pathways to help this coveted group of students graduate or transfer.
In this time of mass shootings, schools are feeling the pressure to make changes to how schools are constructed in an effort to keep intruders out.
Students report more depression, anxiety yet more willingness to seek help.
These are college students in Mississippi struggling with food insecurity — where their next meal is coming from.
The newfound push this session around school safety and preventing mass shootings is reinvigorating ideas about mental health care for Texas children. But advocates often cringe when legislators... Read more »
An innovative partnership in Washington aims to end homelessness among students.