States across the country have begun to take strides to implement policies that support a new, student-centered vision for learning, several of which are highlighted in this resource. However, we recognize that many states still need additional supports and resources to enable all communities to
For more than 30 years, Medicaid has played a key role in paying for school health services. As the source of health insurance for 40 percent of children across the country, Medicaid helps ensure low-income children receive healthcare they need to be healthy and ready to learn.
Setting the Right Conditions for Learning: How State Leaders and Partners Can Work Together to Meet the Comprehensive Needs of Students
American public education policy and practice has long focused on what can be done to meet the academic needs of all students during the school day. Today, more families and students are facing challenges outside of school that affect student academic performance in classrooms.
The Wyoming Department of Education's Advisory Panel for Students with Disabilities online homepage offers insights into the panel's actions and responsibilities, its resources, and its meeting agendas.
This Power-point presentation provides the Wisconsin School Mental Health Framework, which aims to "Promote Relationships, Engagement & Learning".
The Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center provides numerous training resources that they have developed, and curated from other states, to address teaching to students who have experienced Adverse Childhood Experiences.
The Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center put together a Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) workshop.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction created this page to help schools understand the number of students at risk for suicide and their characteristics; DPI shares fact sheets, state and national data-sets, several reports and surveys to highlight the topic.
The Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center (SHSC) provides a host of educational resources to make teachers more aware of the signs of suicidal behavior and better equipped to prevent students from taking their lives.
The U.S. Department of Education's Office of Safe and Healthy Students Technical Assistance Center offers a legal definition to 'Active Shooter' situations and provides their "Active Shooter: How to Respond" booklet.