Independent School Executive Forum
- 124 partner schools across the United States
- ~90% of partners consider national meetings “Excellent.”
District Leadership Forum
- Currently serving 120 (and counting) partner districts across the US
- 3.95/4.00 cumulative national meeting GPA since 2017
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EAB is working with partners to plan for, respond to, and communicate with stakeholders schools' responses to coronavirus.
Reduce disruptive behavior
Many educators feel ill-equipped to recognize signs and symptoms of trauma and manage students’ resulting social, emotional, and behavioral challenges in a supportive way. This resource provides a guide with accompanying templates to help districts plan for and implement trauma-informed practice.
Between rigorous course loads and numerous extra-curricular activities, students today are busier and more stressed than ever. K-12 districts can use these toolkits, white papers, and more to hep support students and their needs around mental health.
The transition to virtual teaching is an enormous adjustment for teachers, and many will be feeling the stress of trying to cover their curriculum in a new format. But it’s also important that teachers find ways to continue to embed social and emotional learning into their lessons, as students need the support of SEL instruction now more than ever.
EAB presents a multi-stage strategy for districts to prepare their mental health supports and systems of care for the demands of the next school year. This material is suggested for Superintendents, assistant/associate superintendents, and directors of student services/counseling.
Students are under high levels of stress thanks to a variety of internal and external factors. This toolkit addresses four ways superintendents can support student mental health and includes seven templates and customizable resources.
Use this diagnostic to improve managing behavioral disruptions in early grades. These questions are structured according to four key areas of opportunity.
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K-12 school leaders are increasingly confronted with unprecedented levels of student stress on campus. In addition to the steady rise in the number of students struggling with clinical mental health issues, this stress manifests in maladaptive behaviors, academic misconduct, substance abuse, and poor physical health.
This webconference will discuss how students at Oxford High School in Michigan started a project called, “13 Reasons Why Not,” publicly sharing their own experiences with suicidal ideation and what gave them the strength to live and overcome their problems.