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7 Online Mental Health Resources for Students and Caregivers

By Andrew Hawk Mental health is currently a high-need field in America. Even with advances in the field, scarcity of resources is a huge issue. During my time as a special education teacher, I regularly had my students’ parents approach … Continue reading

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Creating Critical Thinkers Through Teaching Current Events

By Isaiah Moore If I thought of my education as hours spent inside a classroom, it would go something like this: 8 hours, 180 days a year, for 18 years. I’m no math teacher, but my calculations put that at … Continue reading

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School Counselors: Engage Parents with a Family Check-Up

By Laurel Lisovskis, BSW Part 6 in our Share the Wealth series. Click to read other Share the Wealth posts. Looking for a way to gently guide parents who want to play a bigger role in their child’s academic experience … Continue reading

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If I Could Change Something About Our Schools . . .

If you could change something about our schools, what would you change? We asked the Free Spirit Advisory Council to tell us their answers to this question. Here are their responses: “If I could change something about our schools, it … Continue reading

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Embracing Endings: How to Talk to Your School Community About the Onset of Summer

By Laurel Lisovskis, BSW Part 4 in our Share the Wealth series. Click to read other Share the Wealth posts. For those of us who live by the academic calendar, this time of year can be FULL. We are buried in our … Continue reading

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