In the Spotlight
In collaboration with our work with the Stakeholder Learning Community (SLC), we are excited to share our new report: Strengthening the DC School Behavioral Health System and Enhancing Equity. This report represents a collective effort to understand the policy landscape, identify strengths and challenges, and offers actionable recommendations to improve the District’s school behavioral system. It was co-created by a coalition of research, practice, and policy partners and informed by best practices and feedback and input from students, families, educators, and other key stakeholders across the city. Click here to read the full report. Click here to read the executive
Join our Director, Dr. Olga Price and Doris A. Santoro from Bowdoin College and Olga Acosta Price from George Washington University as they discuss the system and school conditions that contribute, including strategies to consider and avoid. The discussion is based on their recent brief, Structural Supports to Promote Teacher Well-Being. This webinar will be held on December 17, 2021 at 1pm ET. Register here.
Schools and school staff—including those who are part of school-based health centers (SBHCs) and comprehensive school mental health systems (CSMHSs)—are well-positioned to help deliver interventions that mitigate the effects of SIHE associated with poor learning, health, and well-being outcomes. Using a multi-tiered system of supports framework for interventions to address
School-based health centers (SBHCs) and comprehensive school mental health systems (CSMHSs) are well-positioned to both leverage facilitators and overcome barriers to health and learning in order to promote children’s achievement, social-emotional development, and overall well-being. The first step in doing so is to effectively measure and assess SIHE in order
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Family Navigators for Children and Youth Research Grants National Institutes of Health Deadline to apply: October 16, 2021 Funding to encourage researchers to develop and