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Student Well-Being Video Do Students Need Mental Health Supports? Or Are We Just Coddling Them?
Two professionals who work with students describe what the pandemic revealed about the kinds of supports that young people need.
Peter DeWitt, September 26, 2022
5:29
School & District Management Video Schools Have a Vital Role to Play in Helping Solve the Climate Crisis
K-12 schools have a big role to play in helping solve the climate crisis. But with time and resources in short supply, the question is how.
Lilia Geho, September 14, 2022
2:36
School Climate & Safety Video To Discourage Binary Thinking, Schools Need to Challenge Students on Their Beliefs
The nation may be embroiled in divisiveness, but schools must teach students how to work with those whose opinions differ from their own.
Kevin Bushweller, September 6, 2022
2:03
Equity & Diversity Video A High-Quality, Culturally Responsive Education Should Be Every District’s DEI Goal
Since the summer of 2020, more districts are examining and redefining their approach to DEI work. What have we learned from these efforts?
Ileana Najarro, September 6, 2022
1:48
Student Well-Being Video Not Just a Talking Point: How Lawmakers Can Support the Mental Health Needs of Students
COVID brought new awareness to students' mental health needs. Schools must have ongoing support and resources to manage this crisis.
Evie Blad, September 6, 2022
1:43
School & District Management Video Teachers Hoped the Pandemic Would Bring Change for All Students. Did We Miss the Chance?
Many teachers hoped the pandemic would be a chance to reset education, but they now wonder if the opportunity has been squandered.
Madeline Will, September 6, 2022
1:40
Equity & Diversity Video For Decades, Our Nation Supported Equity. Now, We’re Divided Over It
Federal law makes it clear that all public school students should reach a basic level of academic mastery, so what are we arguing about?
Stephen Sawchuk, September 6, 2022
2:49
Leadership Video VIDEOS: Behind the 2022 Big Ideas – Reporters Share Their Insights
The authors of Big Ideas 2022 discuss how they approached their reported essays for this year's special report.
September 6, 2022
School & District Management Video Climate Disasters: Hear From School Leaders Who Lived Through Them
Climate disasters continue to impact schools and their communities. Here is advice from school leaders on how to prepare for, and recover from, the destruction and disruption.
Lilia Geho, September 1, 2022
5:06
Student Well-Being Collection VIDEOS: Guiding Students Through Trauma
These programs are using play therapy and an SEL approach to learning to help students adjust and adapt after trauma.
July 25, 2022
Student Well-Being Video How One Family Uses Play Therapy to Address Trauma
Adoption can be traumatic for adoptees. One family, working with a therapist, utilized play therapy to help their daughters adjust.
Lauren Santucci, July 22, 2022
3:56
Student Well-Being Video Student Trauma Rates Are Higher Than Ever. How Play Therapy Can Help
One program is teaching students to manage their emotions and build their communication skills at a young age through play therapy.
Lauren Santucci, July 22, 2022
3:50
Student Well-Being Video 'This City Is Theirs’: How One Chicago Program Is Implementing SEL
Chicago students at the Carole Robertson Center for Learning build SEL skills to help them deepen their relationships with the community.
Kaylee Domzalski, July 22, 2022
3:34
Student Well-Being Video How Social-Emotional Learning Can Foster Student Growth
An SEL specialist in Chicago is creating a positive relationship between students and teachers, and changing how students see themselves.
Kaylee Domzalski, July 22, 2022
3:34