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Student Well-Being A Mental Health Screening Saved Students’ Lives in This District
The district was able to intervene immediately with five students who had suicide plans.
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The number of electric school buses is rising—and there’s no shortage of growing pains.
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Researchers say the new measure will yield an accurate reading of how family income affects academic achievement.
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