An ACLU survey in March found that more than 30% of students said they’d lost someone close to them over the past year.
At least 30% of California students surveyed by the ACLU said they'd lost a loved one during the pandemic. Some had lost multiple relatives.
Stretching and breathing exercises can help students relax and focus as schools reopen for in-person instruction in the fall.
Nonprofits providing summer and afterschool programs say they can more effectively support students and working families if they can access Covid relief funds directly.
'Well spaces' and streamlined data systems are meant to broaden students' access to mental health services and will help as campuses reopen.
Proposed funding would more than double Newsom's January proposal and provide mental health services for all Californians under age 26.
As students return to in-person instruction, a new report says schools should take the opportunity to institute long-term changes with the funding they'll receive.
Upon returning to campus, students will not be able to catch up academically until they feel good emotionally, experts say.
Gun control alone isn't enough. Social and emotional programs are needed to help address the root causes of violence.
I never imagined having to deal with all of my struggles all at once.
Increased screen time and isolation during the pandemic are contributing to a rise in anorexia, bulimia, and binge-eating.
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.