The MHTTC Network offers high-quality, on-demand or instructor-led courses to expedite the adoption and implementation of evidence-based practices for mental health prevention, treatment, and recovery services.
This resource provides tools for K–12 educators, administrators, and mental health treatment providers to better address the learning and behavioral health needs of Indigenous youth in a holistic manner.
Can Texting Parents Improve Attendance in Elementary School? A Test of an Adaptive Messaging Strategy
Research has shown that messaging via text can successfully change behavior and that increased parental involvement can lead to children experiencing better academic, behavioral, and social outcomes.
This report is a first step in acknowledging the experiences of Federal Indian boarding school children and reorienting Federal policies to support the revitalization of Tribal languages and cultural practices.
Ed Trust and CASEL partnered to create this dashboard which identifies six policy areas in each state to holistically support both social and emotional needs and academic learning for students.
This toolkit offers evidence-based information on the brain and behavior to guide leaders in recognizing and responding to physical, social, and emotional needs in the education agency context.
NCES is excited to announce the release of a resource hub that focuses on a three-phase approach to disaggregate data by cities, suburbs, towns, and rural areas.