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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February, 2020

Education Dive
February 07, 2020

Up to one in five children may have a mental health condition, such as depression or anxiety, which can cause problems with focusing or information processing. The cycle includes dropping grades... Read more »

Occupational & Health Safety Online
February 07, 2020

The stress and anxiety that often accompanies teachers' jobs has a hugely negative effect on teacher performance and personal life. In fact, about one in 20 teachers has a long-lasting mental... Read more »

eCampus News
February 07, 2020

Understanding adult learners is more important than ever if institutions hope to succeed and thrive.

PBS
February 06, 2020

Ava had always felt comfortable at the small, private K-8 school she attended just north of Boston. But in high school everything changed.

The Hechinger Report
February 06, 2020

Native students have the lowest college graduation rates in the nation, but American Indian and Alaska Native students at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities have made impressive gains.

WABI
February 06, 2020

Eastern Maine Community College has expanded their on-campus food pantry to help students dealing with food insecurity.

The Dallas Morning News
February 05, 2020

The report graded universities on how well they identify students in need, provide financial support and more.

Education Week
February 05, 2020

Ask parents if they value ethnic, racial, and economic diversity in their children’s schools, and entrenched social and political barriers often melt away.

Education Dive
February 05, 2020

The classic P.E. game is being tossed out by educators who say it encourages bullying. But some see it as an opportunity to model valuable SEL skills.

The 74 Million
February 04, 2020

The listening tour, the student focus groups, the marquee school transformation plan: There’s a lot about Tennessee Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn’s first year on the job that might be... Read more »

Wisconsin Public Radio
February 04, 2020

On Tuesday, children's mental health in Wisconsin got a boost when Gov. Tony Evers signed legislation establishing a grant program for peer-to-peer suicide prevention programs in Wisconsin schools... Read more »

NBC News
February 04, 2020

The move also comes after annual test results show a growing percentage of students scoring not healthy.

Campus Drug Prevention
February 03, 2020

As an educator, counselor, and dedicated wellness professional within institutions of higher education, it’s important that I understand the generational zeitgeist of my young adult students. 

Forbes
February 03, 2020

Micro-internships are short-term, paid professional experiences that allow students from all backgrounds to explore career pathways, build professional relationships, and showcase their skills to... Read more »

Pine River Times
February 03, 2020

Benefits allow undergraduates to obtain fruits and vegetables otherwise out of reach.

EdSource
February 03, 2020

It wasn’t a weekend music concert or sports event that brought Vilma and David Martinez to the Cal State Los Angeles campus on a recent Saturday morning. Instead, they came to hear counselors and... Read more »

misspost.com
February 03, 2020

Sleep is important to Brooke Offenhauser, but she didn’t realize just how important it was until she left home for college. 

patch.com
February 03, 2020

St. Mark School's principal was awarded $9,632 by Foundations in Education for her Innovation and Leadership Grant.

Norfolk Daily News
February 03, 2020

School representatives urged support Monday for a legislative proposal to confront what they said is a growing problem of nicotine vaping in the schools and among Nebraska youth.

National Academy for State Health Policy
February 03, 2020

Over the last two years, governors across the country have increasingly recognized the need to prioritize safe and supportive schools. In the National Academy for State Health Policy’s (NASHP)... Read more »

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