Jeremy Cowdrey, CEO of Discovery Education, discusses how edtech providers can better support educators in invigorating students' curiosity.
This month's Mental Health Matters featured blog by Jill Bohnenkamp, from the National Center for School Mental Health at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, highlights techniques for educators to support learning and well-being in classrooms.
The Learning First Alliance has elected Jill Cook, CAE, executive director of the American School Counselor Association, as chair of its Board of Directors for the 2023-24 term. Frederick Brown, president and CEO of Learning Forward, has been elected secretary/treasurer, and L. Earl Franks, executive director of the National Association of Elementary School Principals and 2022-23 LFA chair, will serve on the executive committee as immediate past president.
American Institutes for Research & Learning First Alliance Release Student Voices Podcast Series on Safety, Engagement, and Equity
The American Institutes for Research (AIR) and the Learning First Alliance (LFA) proudly present a three-part podcast series on student safety, engagement and equity, produced by David Osher, Vice President and Institute Fellow at AIR and Richard Long, Executive Director at LFA.
Promoting Mental Health and Wellness in Your School: Practical Strategies for Educators and Administrators
This month's Mental Health Matters featured blog by Jill Cook, Executive Director of the American School Counselor Association, highlights practical strategies for educators and administrators to help promote student mental health and well-being.
Safety can mean different things to each of us. In this podcast, students discuss what safety in their schools means to them and what it looks like.
Read the Mental Health Matters: An Educator Resource Hub's first blog post. This blog post introduces four things to know about school mental health as a starting place to build a deeper understanding of mental health and how to create healthy environments and support for all kids.