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- Student Well-Being Online Summit SEL in Middle and High School: What Works, What Doesn’tJoin fellow educators and administrators in this discussion on social emotional learning and what schools and staff can do to provide it.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.More than a year has passed since American schools were abruptly closed to halt the spread of COVID-19. Many children have been out of regular school for most, or even all, of that time. SomeSponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.This white paper provides an in-depth look at Safeguarding in action—including its history, impact and resources for schools and districts.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.Free Webinar: Learn how districts are using SEL skills to double the chances of above-average grades for students.Student Well-Being Opinion Educators, Be Future-Ready, But Don’t Ignore the PresentBeing ready for what lies ahead is important, but we also need to gain a better understanding of the here and now.Student Well-Being What the Research Says Child Hospitalizations Spike Under Delta, Particularly in Low-Vaccination StatesNationwide, the number of children and teens hospitalized due to COVID-19 has ballooned nearly tenfold since midsummer, new CDC data show.Student Well-Being What the Research Says Higher Rates of Delta Infection Projected in Schools With No Mask Mandate or COVID TestingModels project higher rates of infection among students without careful adherence to masking, testing, and other strategies.Student Well-Being Opinion COVID Is Not an Insignificant Risk to Children, Explain Two PediatriciansPolicymakers, school leaders, and school districts must encourage as many people as possible to get vaccinated, write two pediatricians.Student Well-Being Opinion How to Bring Out Your—and Your Students’—Best SelfYou are what you feed, so decide which "you" you like most and strengthen that mode.We’ve handpicked some research-based resources that provide more mental health information as well as tips shown to boost positive outcomesStudent Well-Being Webinar Reengaging Students: Seizing the Moment to Foster Student SuccessWith an infusion of federal funding from Covid-relief aid, districts and schools have a unique opportunity to invest in more whole child student supports to help recoup academic ground. Engaging families is an important partStudent Well-Being Download Preparing for In-Person Learning: A COVID-19 Checklist for ParentsWhat you need to know to help your child feel prepared and confident for a return to school. (Downloadable)