With funding from the Alexander and Margaret Stewart Trust, the Center for Health and Health Care in Schools has developed a new resource that provides an overview of prominent school behavioral health frameworks being promoted within public and public charter schools in Washington, DC.
“Effectively Integrating School Behavioral Health Frameworks to Promote Student Success” summarizes several of these frameworks while clarifying terminology and highlighting important features and considerations for their successful implementation. Case studies from DC also demonstrate how schools can effectively integrate two or more of these frameworks.
We are proud to share this resource and believe that it will be highly useful for principals and other education leaders in many other schools and districts as they consider how to best implement and integrate these types of frameworks to better meet school needs.
The full document can be found online here.
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Supports the planning and implementation of unique programs for children which motivate and encourage reading. Learn more.
Deadline: February 1, 2020
Program is intended to provide training and technical assistance to increase access, effectiveness, and dissemination of evidence-based mental health services for children, youth and young adults with serious emotional disturbances/serious mental illness. Learn more.
Deadline: February 4, 2020
Funding youth-focused projects that aim to improve student achievement and healthy development. Learn more.
Deadline: February 6, 2020
Supporting programs implementing trainings and interventions and strategies that increase school safety. Learn more.
Deadline: March 20, 2020
*The Center for Health and Health Care in Schools does not administer these funding opportunities. Please refer to each organization for further direction and details.
Develop treatment plans and conduct therapy sessions, provide crisis management services. Learn more.
Support the overall social and emotional health of campus by helping teachers strengthen Tier 1 approaches and build out Tier 2 and 3 strategies. Learn more.
Provide care to students, monitor and dispense medications, administer first aid, support first aid/safety teams. Learn more.
Teach counseling curriculum activities in the classroom; support students experiencing problems; facilitate staff trainings. Learn more.
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