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A guide for educators as efforts intensify to censor books
Strategies for addressing difficult global events with children that build confidence and resilience
A guide to healing-centered engagement, an innovative mental health model
How educators are speaking out in response to recent — and increasing — book bans
Strategies that can help your child develop a deeper understanding of gratitude — into their teen years
Associate Professor Nadine Gaab on how earlier intervention can be the ultimate game-changer when it comes to identifying children with dyslexia and other learning differences
A panel of educators discuss the impact affirmative action's end has on new college applicants
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy detailed the struggle many adolescents have with social media and what can be done to help
New research shows how parents can help kids — and themselves — use e-books as a tool to improve early childhood development
Based at Project Zero, the center will offer new evidence-backed resources to support teens in a technology-filled world
"We would just be as right to sound the alarm about a parent mental health crisis as a teen mental health crisis. I don't think we're going to get very far with teens unless we also support the parents."
Strategies to better support the mental well-being of parents and caregivers, with a view to preventing anxiety and depression in adolescents
"American higher education certainly has its problems. But the bad vibes around college threaten to obscure an important economic reality: Most young people are still far better off with a four-year college degree than without one."
"Parents’ influence on teens is profound. It’s perhaps the most important influence on teens’ lives, and we are not going to get very far in solving the teen mental health crisis if we don’t pay attention to parents and to caring for the caregivers."
An exploration of ways in which educators can instill civic identity in students
How refugee education can inform education in other times of uncertainty
The longtime faculty member and pioneer in psychological anthropology passed away this week
The new tool will help policymakers and leaders improve early education through shared strategies and innovations
A new report shows a strong connection between parent and adolescent mental health, offers prevention strategies for teen anxiety and depression
“What I’m hoping is that you give the students and teachers tools to recalibrate a school climate that’s centered on well-being. All of these little things add up to a shift in climate that’s much more healthy and more positive.”
Community-based leaders from around the country gathered at HGSE to share new ideas and guidance around closing the opportunity gap
"Depressed and anxious parents are often wonderful parents despite — and sometimes because of — emotional challenges. But depression and anxiety in parents are linked to academic, emotional, and health problems in teens. This harm can be compounded when both a teen and one or both of their parents are depressed or anxious."
Associate Professor Bianca Baldridge explores the unique impact of learning beyond school