U.S. Surgeon General Issues Advisory on Youth Mental Health Crisis

U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy issued a new Surgeon General’s Advisory to highlight the urgent need to address the … Read More

How School-based Telemedicine Prevents Partial-day Absences

This resource is provided by ACSA Partner4Purpose Hazel.  Health related issues are the top reason children miss days of school, … Read More

7 Ways Telehealth Can Improve Student Trajectory

This resource is provided by ACSA Partner4Purpose Hazel

Turnaround for Children ACSA presentation

During the October 2020 ACSA Leadership Assembly, Dr. Pamela Cantor of Turnaround for Children gave the following presentation on brain … Read More

The Technological Trojan Horse: Tech in the Classroom

Technology has dramatically transformed the classroom, and students along with it. But that change might actually be detrimental to the … Read More

Meeting the Educational Needs of Students After a Traumatic Brain Injury

Based on information presented at ACSA’s 2017 Every Child Counts Symposium by Melissa Hatch, Esq., Hatch & Cesario, and Jarice Butterfield, … Read More

Trauma and Teacher Practice: Actions That Heal

Clinical support can be critical to healing trauma in children who attend our schools, but educators actually have an equally … Read More

Addressing Vaping in Schools

This resource is provided by ACSA Partner4Purpose Lozano Smith. School administrators are facing a growing threat to student health that … Read More

Trauma Series Part 3: The Compton Case

Adapted from information presented at the 2017 ACSA Every Child Counts Symposium by Amy R. Levine, Sarah Sutherland, and Rose Tagnesi, Grossmont … Read More

Trauma Series Part 2: IDEA Eligibility

Adapted from information presented at the 2017 ACSA Every Child Counts Symposium by Amy R. Levine, Sarah Sutherland, and Rose Tagnesi, Grossmont … Read More

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