Mental Health

Read: Parkland and Santa Fe Schools Reveal Shootings’ Effects on Students

Parkland and Santa Fe Schools Reveal Shootings’ Effects on Students

After the active shooter attacks, both experienced increases in mental health and discipline issues, as well as drops in academic performance.

Read: 4 Teens Plead No Contest in High School Teammates’ Sexual Assault, Hazing Scandal

4 Teens Plead No Contest in High School Teammates’ Sexual Assault, Hazing Scandal

Pleas stem from the arrests of 13 La Vernia High School athletes in 2017 who were accused of sodomizing their rookie teammates.

Read: 9 Ways to Improve Your Daily Mental Health

9 Ways to Improve Your Daily Mental Health

Here are nine things experts say you can do on a regular basis to bolster your mental health, including sitting up straight and helping others.

Read: U.S. Department of Education Announces New Grant Awards to Address School Safety and Improve Access to Mental Health Services

U.S. Department of Education Announces New Grant Awards to Address School Safety and Improve Access to Mental Health Services

The four grant programs cover trauma recovery, mental health, project prevent and school climate transformation.

Read: Mom Turns in 17-Year-Old Son Over School Shooting Plan

Mom Turns in 17-Year-Old Son Over School Shooting Plan

Police are praising the mother for reporting her concerns about a potential school shooting to them.

Read: Creating Emergency Plans for Students with Disabilities

Creating Emergency Plans for Students with Disabilities

School crisis planning is challenging, but particularly so for individuals with disabilities. Here’s how you can start making improvements.

Read: Teen Takes Own Life After Classmates Share Intimate Messages Online

Teen Takes Own Life After Classmates Share Intimate Messages Online

Students and parents are calling on the Coffee County School District to increase bullying awareness and suicide prevention.

Read: Most of Pennsylvania’s Safe2Say Something Anonymous Tips Are for Mental Health Issues

Most of Pennsylvania’s Safe2Say Something Anonymous Tips Are for Mental Health Issues

More than 90% of tips made on the state’s Safe2Say Something school anonymous tip app are related to mental health problems, specifically suicides.

Read: Study: 1 in 16 Women Say Their First Sexual Experience Was Rape

Study: 1 in 16 Women Say Their First Sexual Experience Was Rape

The study also found women who reported their first sexual experience as rape were more likely to see physical and mental conditions as a result.

Read: Florida Guardian Program Doesn’t Track How Many Teachers Volunteered to Be Armed

Florida Guardian Program Doesn’t Track How Many Teachers Volunteered to Be Armed

The state of Florida does not track how many of participants of its Guardian Program are teachers who have elected to carry a gun on campus.

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