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Lessons from NYC’s children of 9/11 help the kids of COVID as school resumes

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Tennessee should prioritize funding more school nurses and counselors, says key panel

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After a rise in hate crimes, some Asian New Yorkers are nervous about returning to school

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Students, parents and experts in NYC and Newark weigh in on mental health in schools

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‘Spirit loss’: How K-5 teachers prep for a class shaped by COVID

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‘Everyone is going to need support.’ How schools are racing to respond to a mental health crisis

Schools across U.S. staff up to address pandemic-fueled rise in mental health needs

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My students thrived last year because they weren’t policed 

The COVID era showed us why punitive policies don’t work.

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This summer, teachers need more than a reset

Educator wellness doesn’t just happen. It’s hard work.

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How schools can meet the needs of formerly incarcerated students

I work with young people convicted of crimes. The way they are treated when they go back to school can mean the difference between regression and rehabilitation.

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Giving teachers space to ‘relax and breathe’ lets them show up for their students, this IPS Principal of the Year says

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Budget cuts ahead for some of NYC’s community schools, while most get a boost

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Counseling helps students cope with pandemic trauma at Indianapolis summer program

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Tutoring, tech support, therapy: How parents want IPS to spend millions in COVID aid

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Despite loss and loneliness, the year was anything but ‘lost’ this NYC math teacher says

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NYC’s plan to hire 500 full-time social workers is still short of the need: analysis

The COVID-19 outbreak is changing our daily reality

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