What have you been reading this month? Here’s what our clinical team has been talking about.
- Why Are More American Teenagers Than Ever Suffering From Severe Anxiety? – Anxiety affects nearly one-third of teenagers and adults. Learn more about the causes and the approaches some schools are taking to help. (The New York Times)
- Motivating Failing Kids Requires New Measurement Strategies – A compilation of strategies targeted toward younger and older learners. (Education Dive)
- CDC App Tells Parents When to Be Concerned About Child’s Development – Milestone Tracker helps parents learn the signs of developmental delays. (KQED Science)
- Look at Your Blind Spots – How to reduce implicit bias when determining eligibility for children (ASHA Leader)
- Suspensions Don’t Teach – Restorative practices are replacing punitive justice in major school districts like San Francisco, Houston, and Denver. (Edutopia)
- How to Help Gifted Learners Who Are Not Completing Their Work – “Compacting the standards” can help more advanced learners to stay engaged. (Multibriefs)