With mental health needs growing, educators and others are experimenting with new ways to address students’ needs — or reinvent old strategies
In this reporting collaborative, the Education Labs at AL.com, The Dallas Morning News, The Fresno Bee, The Post & Courier and the Seattle Times partnered with The Christian Science Monitor, The Hechinger Report and the Solutions Journalism Network to produce this series of solutions-oriented stories.
Care for students’ mental health needs is increasingly falling on schools. But concerns about ethics, privacy and overburdening educators have some people wondering: Who actually should bear the responsibility?
Safe spaces like one at a Fresno middle school help connect kids with counselors and reduce stigma around mental health