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Educator Wellness
Prioritizing educator wellness cannot be optional
By Kari Vogelgesang, Ph.D.

As a former elementary school teacher turned professor of teacher education, I’ve often struggled with feelings of guilt, even embarrassment for renouncing my post in the classroom, and abandoning my fellow PreK-12 educators. It’s been a decade since I left my position as an elementary teacher, but rarely a week passes that I don’t think […]

5 school mental health leaders you should know
By Kat Krtnick Wilson, MBA

Welcome to our School Mental Health blog!  Teachers, administrators, school counselors, and all of us who serve youth have been in the trenches during the last two years. Daily, we see, hear, and feel the surge of anxiety, depression, grief, and loneliness in our students.  By nature, we want to help… to be confident in how we talk with […]