With one in five children ages 13-18 living with a mental health condition, more schools are creating comprehensive, systemic programs to address the problem.
By high school and college, many students have run out of steam. Anxiety—the mental-health tsunami of their generation—has caught up with them.
A workshop helps kids deal with the fear and anxiety about their families’ immigration status.
Looking beyond “Just Say No,” more educators are saying no student is too young to learn about the dangers of opioid abuse.
New research reveals that peer pressure can cause some students to pass up potentially rewarding educational opportunities.
With a mixture of empathy, flexibility, and brain-based strategies, trauma-informed educators are giving students the support they need.
A new book tracks the life of an undocumented teenager to illustrate why society must do more to help a generation of immigrant children meet its full potential.
Why are student stress levels so elevated? Schools, parents, communities, and students all play a role, and solutions depend on everyone working together.
Although many experts say a new schedule can take the pressure off the school day and improve student engagement, the transition can be demanding.