Mental Health

Read: 1 in 9 Children Received ADHD Diagnosis in 2022

1 in 9 Children Received ADHD Diagnosis in 2022

An increase in ADHD awareness, more access to resources, and the pandemic played a role in the significant increase, according to a new CDC study.

Read: Teens Who Use Marijuana Are 11x More Likely to Have Psychotic Disorders

Teens Who Use Marijuana Are 11x More Likely to Have Psychotic Disorders

The use of cannabis, particularly higher-potency products, has been linked to mental health conditions such as schizophrenia, anxiety, and depression.

Read: 65% of College Students Are Lonely, New Report Finds

65% of College Students Are Lonely, New Report Finds

College students who report feeling lonely are over four times more likely to experience severe psychological distress.

Read: Modern Digital Student Safety Requires More Than Just Content Filtering

Modern Digital Student Safety Requires More Than Just Content Filtering

Schools should strive to implement a multi-layered approach that combines expansive online safety measures with comprehensive digital literacy education and parent engagement.

Read: Stalking on Campus: Know More, Do More

Stalking on Campus: Know More, Do More

Stalking is dangerous and devastating, often intersecting with physical and sexual violence. Here’s how your campus can help victims.

Read: New Data Reveals Gains in Educator Pay, but Chronic Problems Persist

New Data Reveals Gains in Educator Pay, but Chronic Problems Persist

Unions help lead pay increases, but salaries are still far less than they were a decade ago

Read: Student Mental Health: Reset Rooms Can Help Create a Safe Space in Schools

Student Mental Health: Reset Rooms Can Help Create a Safe Space in Schools

When implemented properly, a Reset Room can drastically improve student behavior and academic achievement.

Read: How an MTSS Can Support Anti-Bullying Initiatives in Schools

How an MTSS Can Support Anti-Bullying Initiatives in Schools

Using a multi-tiered system of support (MTSS) framework, schools can better identify bullying victims and provide interventions that address perpetrators, empower victims, and support bystanders.

Read: Student Mental Health Challenges Test the Mission of K-12 Schools

Student Mental Health Challenges Test the Mission of K-12 Schools

Here are actionable tips for students, parents, and educators as they navigate critical mental health issues students are facing.

Read: Teacher Shortages by State and How Schools Are Trying to Fix the Problem

Teacher Shortages by State and How Schools Are Trying to Fix the Problem

Florida has the highest number of teacher vacancies while Utah has the lowest. Learn where your state falls and how officials are working to combat the teacher shortage.

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