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SAUK PRAIRIE, Wis. (WMTV) – With a new academic year underway, many Wisconsin schools continue to face uphill battles in addressing mental health concerns amid staffing shortages and increased demands for care. The Sauk Prairie School District is fortunate to have a full staff of school counselors, psychologists, and social workers this year, but officials …

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – As students and faculty are back in schools, mental health is becoming a focal point. Fort Wayne Community Schools Superintendent Mark Daniel says mental and behavioral health issues are prevalent across the country, and his district is no different. He say research shows that 1 in 10 teenagers are attempting …

You’re starting to see it more and more: Schools and universities are paying more attention to mental health than they have before, and it’s long overdue. College life is fun and rewarding, but it always be stressful, especially if a student takes a full-load of classes and works a part-time, or even a …

Kentucky Department of Education Associate Commissioner David Couch, center, discusses the Kentucky Education Technology System (KETS) operational plan for the upcoming school year at the Kentucky Board of Education meeting at Lake Cumberland on Aug. 3, 2022. He was joined by the department’s Chief Digital Officer, Marty Park, left, and Division Director Mike Leadingham, right. …

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – Birmingham City School officials are seeing a rise in children with mental health issues since the pandemic and leaders are working to give them more services and resources. Birmingham City Schools and Alabama Regional Medical Services are now offering free mental health and medical services to students at seven different schools. …

The Oakland County Board of Commissioners is expected to approve a plan to provide $10.1 million in grants to county public schools to help fund mental health assistance for students. The county is allocating the grants from the $28 million it received in federal COVID-19 American Rescue Plan Act funds. Several commissioners and area school …

Alabama schools, summer programs and camps can request rapid COVID-19 tests from the CDC through the UAB School of Public Health’s K-12 COVID-19 testing program. Written by: Maria White Media contact: Hannah Echols Alabama schools, summer programs and camps can request rapid COVID-19 tests from the CDC through the UAB School of Public Health’s K-12 …

Brissa Ortega and Devin Joll haven’t decided on the best way to inform some 35 of their friends, relatives and co-workers that they are no longer invited to the couple’s wedding in November. Ms. Ortega, 33, a product marketing analyst at the software security company Synopsys, and Mr. Joll, 34, at first planned to marry …

Governor Kathy Hochul announced the approval of 51 Smart Schools Investment Plans focused on reimagining education in an evolving age and boosting school security. The approved plans, totaling $24.8 million, are part of the $2 billion Smart Schools Bond Act, a sweeping education technology program. “In an era of remote learning brought on by the …

According to the South Carolina Committee on Children, suicide is the leading cause of death for kids between 10 and 17-years-old in South Carolina. COLUMBIA, S.C. — Teachers and mental health experts are calling for more mental health professionals to be employed in South Carolinian schools. South Carolina was ranked 41st in the nation on …