In the first of a series capturing teachers' experiences, most express alarm over the pandemic's impact on learning and mental health.
The budget would provide billions for K-12 schools and early education after paying off most of the short-term debt owed from this year’s budget.
Schools should join with health agencies and nonprofits to provide mental and physical health services for families, state commission says.
Education is a sector of our economy that can and should reopen safely with restrictions.
Keeping students active is crucial for their mental and physical health — especially now, teachers say.
Schools can serve as a hub for an entire community after a disaster, experts say.
We need support systems in place now, not after mental health incidents begin to surface and escalate.
More isolation and depression anticipated as students return to mostly online courses.
Districts anticipate huge demand for mental health services, but funding will be tight for new staff.
Demands for police reforms include increasing mental health services which are seen as key to helping young people, especially Black students, succeed studies say.
Schools should work with nonprofits and government agencies to pay for expanded services, panelists say.
Breathing exercises can help students cope with stress and improve their ability to learn, studies say.
State hosts first panel for students to talk about their concerns about online classes and their mental health.
More than half of California students surveyed after campuses closed said they need mental health services.
For this generation of young people, the coronavirus crisis will be the defining moment of their lives.