The state ranks at or near the bottom nationwide in student access to health and counseling services. But all schools could offer basic care for $90 in added annual spending per student, report finds.
A nationwide poll found that while an increasing number of parents fear for their children's safety at school, a significant majority do not want teachers to be armed.
A flurry of state legislation aimed at making schools safer was proposed after the Parkland school massacre. Here’s where the various proposals stand now.
As a society, we need to be more comfortable discussing suicide with children.
A suicide cluster in Clovis Unified has fast-tracked district efforts to do more to address students' mental health.
A new campaign reminds teachers of their positive impact on students who have been abused or have witnessed violence.
School districts are supposed to spend $400 million a year on those services.
A new guide outlines steps districts can take to improve practices.