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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

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ENEWS can be downloaded in PDF form .
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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 14

Download Volume 14, #12 - September, 2010
Misdiagnoses of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Learning Disabilities (LD)
Download Volume 14, #11 - August, 2010
Are Evaluation Research Data Being Misused?
Download Volume 14, #10 - July, 2010
What Else Should We Be Doing to Advance the Field?
Download Volume 14, #9 - June, 2010
Can the Debate Over the Reauthorization of ESEA Help End the Marginalization of Student/Learning Supports?
Download Volume 14, #8 - May, 2010
Linking Funds for Low Performing Schools to Four Turnaround Models: Reactions to the U.S. Department of Education Grants to Improve Low Performing Schools
Download Volume 14, #7 - April, 2010
Turning Around Low Performing Schools by Comprehensively Addressing Barriers to Learning and Teaching & Re-engaging Disconnected Students
Download Volume 14, #6 - March, 2010
How to organize and interpret youth subculture and groupings
Download Volume 14, #5 - February, 2010
Arguing about charters vs. "traditional" schools masks the failure of school improvement policy and practice to enhance equity of opportunity
Download Volume 14, #4 - January, 2010
Adding Postsecondary Enrollment to K-12 Accountability
Download Volume 14, #3 - December, 2009
Race to the Top: Don't Forget about Student and Learning Support!
Download Volume 14, #2 - November, 2009
Chicago's New Strategy for Addressing Students "At Risk" of Violence
Download Volume 14, #1 - October, 2009
Preparing Everyone for College: What are the Implications?

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