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Investigate West

Shasta Kearns Moore

15 January 2019

Aurora, Colorado, United States

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Student athletes, especially at the high school level, can be susceptible to suffering head injuries which become exasperated when schools don't have protocol in place for how to best manage these individuals' return ...

Investigate West

Shasta Kearns Moore

11 January 2019

Hillsboro, Oregon, United States

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When students return to the classroom after suffering a head injury, such as a concussion, they may face challenges that require certain accommodations that many school officials aren't prepared to offer. Although yet...

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Rachel Gotbaum

5 December 2018

Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States

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In order to deal with the opioid crisis, schools in Massachusetts are hiring counselors to support teachers and their students. In Cape Cod alone, 17 schools hired outside counselors, while 50 schools throughout the...

Durango Herald

Mary Shinn

16 October 2018

Tooele, Utah, United States

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Communities That Care coalitions have developed across the nation with the goal of reducing the likelihood of teenage behavioral issues such as violence and alcoholism, as well as adolescent suicides. Already seeing p...

Durango Herald

Mary Shinn

5 October 2018

Durango, Colorado, United States

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A high school in Colorado is focusing efforts on combatting the recent increases in adolescent suicide rates. Known as Project Basecamp, the curriculum is "designed to prevent mental crisis, encourage students to advo...

Deseret News

Lois M. Collins

3 October 2018

Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States

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As colleges around the country struggle to meet rising mental health needs among the student population, the University of Michigan created a network of small support groups that helps students connect with and provid...

Durango Herald

Mary Shinn

28 September 2018

Colorado, United States

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Creating and strengthening relationships within a community is crucial in suicide prevention efforts. In Colorado, community and non-profit organizations have come together to address the problem of youth suicide. An ...

Second Wave Michigan

Sarah Hillman

12 September 2018

Michigan, United States

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Michigan schools are adopting the TRAILS program to connect counselors with training so they can help students with mental health problems. Counselors are seeing a big positive change in their students. It's part of a...

Washington Monthly

Kevin Carey

26 August 2018

Florida, United States

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The University of North Florida combines an emphasis on predictive analytics with a very human case management system to identify students who are at risk of dropping out and intervene appropriately. In the coming yea...

Texas Observer

Christopher Collins

21 August 2018

Boerne, Texas, United States

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Going above and beyond state-mandated minimums for suicide prevention training in schools reduces teen suicides. In Boerne, Texas, the Boerne Independent School District enrolls teachers, students, staff, and mental h...

WLRN

Jessica Bakeman

14 August 2018

Parkland, Florida, United States

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Camp Shine, is helping student survivors of the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, heal. Through art, dance, and music, they are processing their trauma. The camp, was founded by two upperclassmen fro...

The Washington Post

Vidhi Doshi

22 July 2018

New Delhi, India

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Each day, 100,000 students in Delhi begin their school schedule with a 30-minute lesson focused on happiness and well-being. This curriculum is part of the capital's push to encourage innovation in government schools ...

The Philadelphia Citizen

Jill Harkins

7 May 2018

Los Angeles, California, United States

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Founded in 2015, the Center for Good Food Purchasing offers a unique model for making school lunch healthier, cheaper, and more sustainable. Partnering with school districts and other local and national organizations,...

The New York Times

Emily Oster

Geoffrey Kocks

16 January 2018

Berkeley, California, United States

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In 2014, Disneyland experienced a measles outbreak that was linked back to the alarmingly low vaccination rates among Californian children. Following this outbreak, California passed a law that removed two of the most...

Bright Magazine

Amanda Leigh Lichtenstein

19 December 2017

Chicago, Illinois, United States

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Does death belong in the classroom? Some educators think so, that’s because they argue that “emotional health is inextricably linked to learning.” They agree that teachers should be key to helping students process tra...

WOUB Public Media

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Mary Meehan

25 November 2017

Stanville, Kentucky, United States

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In the rural, rugged country of Appalachia, towns like Stanville face some of the country’s most profound economic and public health problems. Some of these communities, however, are making remarkable strides against ...

The New York Times

Benoit Denizet-Lewis

11 October 2017

United States

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Anxiety is growing amongst adolescents, possibly due to the rise of the smartphone. Teachers and parents are struggling to find help for anxious teens, Mountain Valley is a treatment facility that involves group thera...

The Montgomery Advertiser

Kym Klass

14 September 2017

Alabama, United States

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Teenage suicides are gaining attention in order to prevent the "Silent Epidemic" of youth epidemic. Programs are now being implemented in schools to provide a place for students to get help, teachers are being educate...

The New York Times

Anna North

1 May 2017

New York, New York, United States

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Due to school education pressures and time constraints, sex education is often limited or left out. Some schools have started using the 'Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program' which combines sex education, m...

The Notebook

Greg Windle

16 March 2017

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

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Students who have experienced trauma, most common in high-poverty areas, are more likely to benefit from counseling and support rather than punishment. However, most large U.S. school districts with high poverty rates...

Daily Beast

Peter Slattery

28 March 2016

New York, New York, United States

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Broome Street Academy uses a data-driven, mentoring, and community schooling approach to get over 80 percent of its student population, half of whom are homeless, into college. Broome distances itself from the typical...

The Post Crescent

Noell Dickmann

22 March 2016

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

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In the early 2000s, Minnesota’s low income families struggled to have access to mental health care for their children. Now Minnesota therapists meet at schools rather than at a clinic and also train teachers to help s...

The Post Crescent

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Alison Dirr

17 March 2016

Madison, Wisconsin, United States

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At-risk children who do not have access to quality mental health care can end up in the juvenile justice system. Wisconsin has initiated a Children Come First program that offers personalized mental health care design...

The Post Crescent

Liz Welter

17 March 2016

Menasha, Wisconsin, United States

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Wisconsin’s teen suicide rate and affiliated mental health concerns have increased, challenging school systems to maintain the quality of life for students. The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has launched ...

The Post Crescent

Katherine Lymn

17 March 2016

Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States

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After shortages of mental health options for kids and untold grief, counties in Wisconsin have responded with new kinds of support for at-risk youth. Wisconsin communities have increased access with reduced wait time,...

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