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School-community partnerships

School-community partnerships refer to partnerships between schools and other community resources by integrating academics and community involvement to foster the learning and well-being of youth and their families.

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Supporting Students with Behavioral and Emotional Needs: A Conversation with Carl SumiSupporting Students with Behavioral and Emotional Needs: A Conversation with Carl Sumi

In the latest episode of The SRI Homeroom podcast, Senior Principal Education Researcher Carl Sumi joined host Kori Hamilton Biagas to discuss strategies, interventions, and recommendations for educators, schools, and researchers hoping to meet that need head-on.
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2024 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention2024 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention

The 2024 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention is a bold new 10-year, comprehensive, whole-of-society approach to suicide prevention that provides concrete recommendations for addressing gaps in the suicide prevention field.
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Classcraft Fact Sheet

Designed for whole-class instruction, Classcraft™ supports the craft of teaching by providing efficacious academic content and tools that foster a positive classroom climate. Classcraft enables consistent, seamless delivery of research-based academic lessons that gets students excited about school and increases their engagement. Pre-built, standards-aligned, whole-class instruction provides educators with real-time ...
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Conversations with parents about YouTube: What are kids watching, and what are they learning?Conversations with parents about YouTube: What are kids watching, and what are they learning?

Toddlers and preschoolers today are spending more time watching videos on online streaming services like YouTube than in any other format.
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BEST in CLASS: What Coaches and Teachers Say About It. Part 2: Teacher PerspectivesBEST in CLASS: What Coaches and Teachers Say About It. Part 2: Teacher Perspectives

Practice-based coaching (PBC) promotes a strong collaborative partnership between teachers and coaches to facilitate the use of effective instructional practices. The PBC process includes skills instruction on BEST in CLASS practices, shared goals and action planning, implementation support, classroom observation, and reflection and feedback.
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Coaching Early Educators on Behavioral Interventions: Coach and Developer Perspectives

In this presentation, we share coach and program developer perspectives on barriers and facilitators of coaching educators to deliver behavioral interventions in early childhood settings.
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Promoting Mental Health and Well-Being in Schools: An Action Guide for School and District LeadersPromoting Mental Health and Well-Being in Schools: An Action Guide for School and District Leaders

Schools are prioritizing students’ mental health, and there are many tools and resources to choose from. CDC created this action guide as a place to start. It can help school and district leaders build on what they are already doing to promote students’ mental health and find new strategies to ...
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2024 School Mental Health Quality Guides2024 School Mental Health Quality Guides

These 2024 editions contain major updates and an and easy-to-follow format complete with action steps, best practices, examples from the field, and more.
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BEST in CLASS: What Coaches and Teachers Say About It. Part 1: Coach PerspectivesBEST in CLASS: What Coaches and Teachers Say About It. Part 1: Coach Perspectives

BEST in CLASS (Behavioral, Emotional, and Social Training: Competent Learners Achieving School Success) is a tier 2 (targeted) evidence-based intervention for young children with persistent and intensive challenging behaviors.
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Replication Study of BEST in CLASS: Coaches’ perspectives on implementing an evidence-based practice in typical settings

BEST in CLASS is a tier 2 intervention to prevent and reduce challenging behaviors and promote appropriate behaviors in preschoolers. Through coaching, early childhood teachers are empowered to deliver evidence-based practices with children at risk for social-emotional and behavioral delays. In this presentation, we will share coaches’ perspectives about the ...
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