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Latest Information Resources for School Administrators
After a suicide, schools need reliable information, tools, and guidance to protect students, communicate with the public, and to return to educating.
In today’s world, society tends to judge. Every young person needs to know they are amazing, strong and capable of greatness.
Although the concept has been around for some time, social emotional learning (SEL) has become the new buzzword in education circles
The Model School District Policy on Suicide Prevention has recently been published by the NASP, ASCA, AFSP, and The Trevor Project.
Studies show that during the winter months, lack of sunlight, dark clouds and drop in temperatures can kick off the “winter blues.”
Are you a boss? Not only must you run your department well, you are also required to make your employees happy with the way their co-workers treat them.