Most teachers and district leaders in the EdWeek Research Center survey expressed concern about students receiving mental health services during the shutdown. The more low-income students a school serves, the more concerned educators were.


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Sharing moments of levity and hope from the education world amid the mass disruption of schooling and life from the coronavirus.


Sharing moments of levity and hope from the education world amid the mass disruption of schooling and life from the coronavirus.


Sharing moments of levity from the education world amid the mass disruption of schooling and life from the coronavirus.


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The 2020 school counselor of the year draws on her previous experience as a counselor for gang members in a prison to reform discipline in her school in an Atlanta suburb. She shares her insights in this Q&A with Education Week.


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A good night's sleep doesn't eliminate stress, but there's new evidence that adolescents are able to cope better with stressful events when they sleep well the night before.


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