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✨ Meet the 2023 Leaders To Learn From
✨ Meet the 2023 Leaders To Learn From
Federal Biden Calls for More Mental Health Care at Schools in State of the Union
Biden focused much of his annual speech on the mental health and well-being of children and youth.
Families & the Community What the Research Says Parents Today: Less 'Helicoptering,' More Concern About Kids' Mental Health
A new survey shows how parents' priorities for their children could be shifting.
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Leaders To Learn From
We are excited to introduce you to our 2023 honorees. These district leaders have shown persistence and creativity as they navigate the challenges facing schools in an increasingly diverse, rapidly changing world.1 / 8
Kids are amazing. Every time I say they can’t amaze me anymore, because I know how amazing they are, they do.
Our vision is that each school would have a full-time school psychologist, a full-time social worker, and a full-time mental health partner to ensure we are able to focus on prevention and promotion of mental health.
I always get asked, ‘How do you create a vibrant, diverse, inclusive pathway for people to come into the teaching profession?' And my biggest takeaway is start early.
I know what it’s like to have people think you won't accomplish something. So we operate under the mindset that it’s not too hard, that we can, and we will. We’re going to do it.
My thing is: Kids are gifted all day, every day. We need to make sure they’re getting what they need and deserve in their regular environment.
We want kids to learn from experts who have the credibility to teach the class.
What else can I get [students] to enjoy? For me, it's still the part that I love about education as a whole. There's always something to problem-solve, to think through. There's always a challenge.
How do we get kids back to normal? You can’t do that through educational reinforcement alone. You have to create big new opportunities, not the same opportunities.
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Student Well-Being Video What It’s Like Teaching and Learning in a School Built for Wellness
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Marketplace K-12 State Restrictions Like Florida’s on Curriculum Are Having an Effect, Nationwide
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