Each location features a variety of topics and subject-matter experts and offers unique opportunities for sharing experiences — and some much-deserved downtime — with peers.
Central State University police developed a K-9 therapy program and opened a food and hygiene pantry to support students’ mental and physical health.
A new survey has found that 48% of LGBTQ teens, ages 13-17, seriously considered attempting suicide last year.
Schools can improve their suicide prevention efforts by adopting the SOAR (Self-Awareness, Outreach, Adaptation, and Repair) framework.
More than 4,300 people ages 1-19 died of firearm-related injuries in 2020 — a 29.5% increase from 2019.
Strengthen your school’s security by taking this safety readiness assessment and learn how to align technology with your district’s concerns.
The change to a four-day school week appears to be incentivizing more teachers to apply for jobs in the district.
Moral injury, a type of post-traumatic stress, is experienced by frontline healthcare workers at about the same rate as veterans who served in combat after 9/11.
A training consultant discusses how to differentiate between normal stress levels and a mental health crisis, and how to help students experiencing either.
The CDC’s Adolescent Behaviors and Experiences Survey defined emotional abuse as being sworn at, insulted, or put down.