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An exploration of healing-centered engagement, a social-emotional learning approach that promotes self-esteem and offers a holistic view of recovery for young people of color managing trauma while also creating positive conditions for academic achievement.
"States were in the back seat, watching districts make decisions on how to spend the money. They’ve been slow to get in the front seat. As the recovery dollars are tapering down, it’s clear students won’t have caught up."
Chelsea Clinton, researchers, and climate activists discuss the impact of a warming planet on early development
"Professor Kane, one of the researchers, advised schools to notify the parents of all children who are behind, in time to sign up for summer school. Despite setbacks on standardized tests, report card grades have remained stable, and polling indicates most parents believe their children are on track."
New research finds achievement gaps in math and reading, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, remain and have grown in some states, calls for action before federal relief funds run out
Tips and insight from experts about the impacts of online bullying in children
Three HGSE faculty members share actionable steps and words of wisdom for supporting young people amid uncertain times
Strategies for addressing difficult global events with children that build confidence and resilience
And why it’s an act of justice
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy detailed the struggle many adolescents have with social media and what can be done to help
How refugee education can inform education in other times of uncertainty
A new report shows a strong connection between parent and adolescent mental health, offers prevention strategies for teen anxiety and depression
Professor Thomas Kane joined CBS News to discuss why schools have struggled to get a handle on COVID recovery.
Professor Tom Kane discusses "the nation's report card" and what needs to be done to help students make up for learning loss.
Associate Professor Bianca Baldridge explores the unique impact of learning beyond school
In the wake of the latest school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, a look again at ideas for supporting and strengthening your family and school communities
Educators talk about the impact COVID has had on school happiness