Student mental health is a focus for Wis. lawmaker

Wisconsin state Rep. Jon Plumer wants to direct $100 million or more from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act and the American Rescue Plan Act to support school mental health programs. The future …

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Biden prioritizes vaccines for teachers

Teachers and staffers who work for school and education programs such as Head Start under the purview of the federal government will be required to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, President Joe Biden announced Thursday. …

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Mental health days will be an option for Ill. students

Students in Illinois can take as many as five mental health days without having to provide a doctor’s note under a law that starts in January. School counselors will contact the families when students request …

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Social workers: Masks don’t harm students’ mental health

Social workers and other mental health professionals have called on Alabama officials to require masks for students and school staff, noting that most mental health experts agree that masks aren’t a risk to children’s mental …

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Pandemic affects college-readiness in N.J. district

Twenty-six percent of high-school students in a New Jersey school district who took Advanced Placement tests in the last school year passed — a decline from 46% the year before. The data, released by the …

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