This article is a comprehesive resrouce from a journal of the National Association for the Education of Young Children published in July 2017.
This factsheet discusses laws that designate the groups of professionals that are required to report cases of suspected child abuse and neglect.
This guide provides guidelines for mandated reporting in the State of New York.
This article provides tips and resources for educators, parents, and caregivers to help teens deal with their many emotions regarding the topic of their parents' divorce.
This is a model policy (from Virginia) from 2013, which is a 14-page document (+ 25 pp appendix). The chapters include: 1. Defining Bullying 2 .Prevention and Intervention 3. Reporting, Investigating and Recording Incidents
Provides information for parents and caregivers about infectious disease outbreaks in your community.
It can be challenging for a caregiver or educator to discuss the topic of death with children.
This site contains a lot of resources on bullying: articles, links to synagogue and school programs, books, video links and more.
Traumatic events, such as a natural disaster, a pandemic, school violence, or the traumatic death of an educator/peer, impact students' learning, behavior, and relationships. This resource shares some reactions you may see and how you can help. It is important to keep in mind that not all students will feel and react the same way.
This cube is designed a conversation tool designed to generate openness around mental health and well-being.
This Canadian school resource manual is short and concise, and gives great reasons for why educators should care about mental health.
This guide will help you learn simple, practical coping methods to reduce stress and help strengthen your mental health and resilience. It provides a usable tool for personalized results and recommendations. Though designed as a COVID-19 resource, it is beneficial for general use in addressing anxiety and stress for yourself and others.