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Student Mental Health in a Changing World

Author: Solutions Journalism Network

“Student Mental Health in a Changing World.” Solutions U®, https://solutionsu.solutionsjournalism.org/collections/rtsnl598wr.

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After 18 months of pandemic conditions, lockdowns, and restrictions, schools, educators, and communities are working harder than ever to address mental health concerns and decrease suicide rates by implementing approaches that focus specifically on school-aged populations. Programs that cultivate positive teacher-student relationships function in collaboration with existing mental health services to broaden mental health care quality and access, meaning that struggling students can access care and treatment sooner.

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Anguau Makol (Oct 28 2021 1:57PM) : The writer starts off strong getting straight to the point of how covid has effected people.
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In Montana, a curriculum has been built into one school to address student resiliency while at another school students have collaborated to create a campaign around de-stigmatizing mental health issues. A nonprofit program in Philadelphia is helping students stay on track through meditation. The 500-student Lapwai School District in Idaho takes an all-bases-covered approach to student well-being, including leveraging partnerships with the Nez Perce tribe and local community to address youth mental health. Learning from what's worked in other locations, both within state and nationally, Utah schools have found ways to improve access to mental health resources, including increased education around the importance of learning coping strategies and building healthy relationships.

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Anguau Makol (Oct 29 2021 3:42PM) : explains how important mental health within students are. Convinces students how serious it is.
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Anguau Makol (Oct 28 2021 2:06PM) : Here the author presents a solution to help students with mental health.
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Anguau Makol (Oct 29 2021 3:36PM) : Here shows a way a school in Montana found a way to help the situation. So that we can use that data too see if it's worth it.
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Anguau Makol (Oct 29 2021 3:39PM) : establishes credibility through examples of other states

Whether focused exclusively on students or more broadly on educational support systems including bus drivers, classroom aides, and parents, these efforts cut down on suicide rates, encourage resiliency, and focus on personal assets rather than problems.

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DMU Timestamp: October 14, 2021 23:55

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