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ENEWS - Electronic Networking


Our ENEWS is another forum to link with those who are concerned with enhancing policies, programs, and practices related to addressing barriers to student learning and promoting mental health in schools. It augments the other ways our Center shares information and facilitates interchange and networking.

We just sent out another edition of ENEWS. Join in sharing information and facilitating interchange and networking related to mental health in schools.

 
To post messages to ENEWS, email them to smhp@ucla.edu

To subscribe to ENEWS, go to: http://lists.ucla.edu/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/mentalhealth-l and follow the directions to sign up. Alternatively, you can send an email request to: smhp@ucla.edu asking to be added to the ENEWS listserv.

ENEWS can now be downloaded in PDF form.
You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or higher. Click here to download.

ENEWS contains:
Emerging Issue, News from Around the Country, News from our Center,
News from our Sister Center, Upcoming Conferences, Helpful Resources,
Job Opportunities, On-Line Resources.

Volume 10

Download Volume 10, #12 - September, 2006
Raising the age for dropping out of school
Download Volume 10, #11 - August, 2006
Re-emerging issue – Grade Retention: What's the Prevailing Policy and What Needs to be Done?
Download Volume 10, #10 - July, 2006
Learning Supports and Reauthorizing the "No Child Left Behind Act"
Download Volume 10, #9 - June, 2006
What Price School Accountability – Should Students Pay the Price of No Diploma?
Download Volume 10, #8 - May, 2006
What are the Motivational Underpinnings for Many Student Learning, Behavior, and Emotional Problems?
Download Volume 10, #7 - April, 2006
How Many High-poverty Schools Are Highly Performing?
Download Volume 10, #6 - March, 2006
Ending the Marginalization of Student Supports
Download Volume 10, #5 - February, 2006
Reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind Act: What Should be the Focus in Advocating for Better Ways to Address Barriers to Learning and Teaching?
Download Volume 10, #4 - January, 2006
Deviant Peer Contagion
Download Volume 10, #3 - December, 2005
The 65% Solution for School Funding
Download Volume 10, #2 - November, 2005
Are Your Concerns Included in School Improvement Planning?
Download Volume 10, #1 - October, 2005
Schools and Communities Working Together: Is the Dominant Focus Too Limited?

For Previous Issues of ENEWS, go to http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/enews/archiveenews.html

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