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LGBTQ+ youth and young adults face unique mental health risks as pandemic rages on

Eye on Ohio – Ohio Center for Journalism |

When Tyler, a sophomore at Cleveland State University, started hormone replacement therapy two months before spring break, the last thing he expected was to spend the rest of the semester with his parents in Westbrook, New York. Tyler had been living with three other trans students he befriended through CSU’s LGBTQ+ Student Services before campus housing closed in mid-March.

5 researchers who can help us understand how children succeed

PBS News Hour |

When Paul Tough first began reporting on the skills that help children succeed both in and out of the classroom, he drew upon an already robust body of research on the subject. 

The scholars he turned to had looked at how adverse childhood experiences affected one group of kids attending a pediatric clinic in San Francisco, as well as how children’s classroom environments could help build non-cognitive skills key to long-term success.

Dayton schools spend millions on effort to build more resilient students

Dayton Daily News |

Dayton Public Schools has launched a new program focused on boosting student resiliency and mental health, hoping to improve on the more scattered approaches of recent years.

In the first year of a three-year contract, DPS is paying $2.5 million to Dayton Children’s Hospital, which hired 25 “student resiliency coordinators” — one for each DPS school.

Early Lessons from Schools and Out-of-School Time Programs Implementing Social and Emotional Learning

RAND Corporation |

RAND researchers describe the Partnerships for Social and Emotional Learning Initiative — which is an effort to explore whether and how children benefit when schools and out-of-school time programs partner to improve and align social and emotional learning — as well as what it takes to do this work.

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