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To reduce the incidence of suspensions and expulsions, particularly for male students of color who are disproportionately impacted, Connecticut employed a Restorative Practices approach across its SS/HS districts.

Capacity Building/Workforce Development | Cultural Linguistic Competency | Disparities/Disproportionalities | Evaluation | Policy | School Violence | System Change | Vulnerable Populations

National data suggests that LGBTQ youth are at greater risk than their peers for mental health challenges, including depression and suicide.

Behavioral Health/Mental Health | Disparities/Disproportionalities | LGBTQI-2S | Policy | School Violence | Vulnerable Populations

The Nevada Department of Education, Office of Safe and Respectful Learning Environment (NDE OSRLE), established the Governor’s Social Workers in Schools Initiative with the focus of creating safe schools through prevention programming as well as a system of multi-tiered interventions for students...

Behavioral Health/Mental Health | Capacity Building/Workforce Development | Connecting Schools and Communities | Disparities/Disproportionalities | Evaluation | Family Strengthening/Family Engagement | Policy | School Violence | Screening and Assessment | Social and Emotional Well-Being | Substance Use Prevention | Suicide Prevention | Sustainability | System Change | Technology | Trauma Informed/Response | Vulnerable Populations

The Menominee Indian School District (MISD), located on the Menominee Tribal Nation in northeastern Wisconsin, was the only Native American LEA to participate in SAMHSA’s SS/HS State Expansion Program.

Behavioral Health/Mental Health | Connecting Schools and Communities | Cultural Linguistic Competency | Disparities/Disproportionalities | Early Childhood | Integration of Behavioral Health into Primary Care | Policy | Social and Emotional Well-Being | System Change | Trauma Informed/Response

The Greene County Educational Service Center (ESC) has a large minority population in their pre-schools and elementary schools with over 20 different languages and cultures represented.  Most students need services through the ESL (English language learner) and LEP (limited English proficiency) p...

Connecting Schools and Communities | Disparities/Disproportionalities | Evidence Based/Informed | Family Driven | Family Strengthening/Family Engagement | Parent Skills Training | Social and Emotional Well-Being

Recognition of the critical importance of mental health in the education of young children has brought significant change to Laconia’s Pleasant Street School (PSS) and other district schools.

Developmentally Appropriate | Disparities/Disproportionalities | Early Care and Education | Family Driven | Family Strengthening/Family Engagement | Parent Skills Training | Social and Emotional Well-Being | Trauma Informed/Response

The Family Center in Concord School District (CSD) is a district-wide early child development program focused on strengthening the home-school connection for Concord families with young children.

Behavioral Health/Mental Health | Developmentally Appropriate | Disparities/Disproportionalities | Early Childhood | Family Driven | Family Strengthening/Family Engagement | Parent Skills Training | Social and Emotional Well-Being | Vulnerable Populations

Provides American Indian and Alaska Native federal grantee tribes and organizations with information that might be helpful for meeting grant award conditions on developing disparities impact statements.

Disparities/Disproportionalities | Vulnerable Populations

This video highlights an innovative application of the Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Standards in an educational setting. It was developed by the Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SS/HS) New Hampshire State grantee to show how they are embedding CLAS Standards in their sc...

Cultural Linguistic Competency | Disparities/Disproportionalities
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