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Student Support and Wellness

School leaders are reporting unprecedented levels of student stress. Although some contributing factors are beyond a school’s control, EAB can provide actionable strategies to address the challenge of student mental health and wellness.

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This research brief describes structural ways districts hard-wire inclusion initiatives, in which students with special needs attend general education classrooms, into the district culture.

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.

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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.