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2020 Over the previous years, our analyses of prevailing school improvement legislation, planning, and literature have delineated fundamental deficiencies, especially with respect to enhancing equity of opportunity and closing the achievement gap.

As ESSA is implemented, there are opportunities to move forward in making essential changes.

With this in mind, a major facet of our work in 2020 is to focus school improvement policy and planning on:

For details see

Moving in New Directions

 National Initiative for the Transformation of Student and Learning Supports

See the Legislative prototype being sent to key legislators in every state http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/pdfdocs/draftbill.pdf

and the recent policy report

How Well Do State Legislatures Focus on Improving School Efforts to Address Barriers to Learning and Teaching & Re‑engage Disconnected Students? http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/pdfdocs/Legisanal.pdf   

All New Center Resources (Reports, Briefs, Information Resources. Packets, Practice Notes) are Reported Each Month in the Center UPDATEs section of ENEWS and Entered into the Resource Catalogue.


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News and reports related to enhancing how schools address barriers to learning and teaching, mental health concerns, etc.


 
  Newsletter Quarterly e-Journal
Addressing Barriers to Learning.

Fall issue

>Assisting Kids with Online Instruction

>Talking with Kids When Assisting with Learning

>To Push or Not To Push

>Common Tips from the Internet

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  • Access to previous issues of this resource are online at http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/news.htm
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    http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/practitioner.htm

    10/21/20

    >How are Schools Planning to Prevent an Increase in Dropouts?
    >What if each student were served by a team?
    >More about risk and resilience during the pandemic
    >Links to a few other relevant shared resources

    10/14/20

    >How are students experiencing online learning? And what do they say
        about making it better?
    >In the News:
        >>Fewer Kids, Less Money: How the Pandemic Puts Districts
             in a Bind
        >>Will the Students Who Didn't Show Up for Online Class This
              Spring Go Missing Forever?
        >>Ill. district creates online counseling resources.
        >>Pandemic fuels "crisis" in education workforce
        >>Schools need technical support for distance teaching
    >Links to a few other relevant shared resources


    10/7/20

    >Strategies to link students to support during distance learning
    >Are schools meeting the MH needs of general education students?
    >Links to a few other relevant shared resources


    9/23/20
    >What’s your view about Learning Pods?
    >Can remote learning produce good outcomes
    >Links to a few other relevant shared resources


    9/16/20
    >Does remote schooling increase or decrease cyberbullying?
    >What’s happening to strengthen online student & staff support?
    >About layoff protections and shortages
    >Links to a few other relevant shared resources


    9/9/20
    >Analysis of school reopening plans: Moving Forward
    >What can be done for parents challenged by online learning schedules?
    >Request from a teacher leader about enhancing online learning engagement
    >About COVID-19 and School Climate
    >Links to a few other relevant shared resource

    *Access this and previous issues of this resource online at http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/practitioner.htm
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      • How are schools focusing on student engagement and re-engagement?
      • After the crisis, public education will be in a state of transformation: What is being proposed?
      • Quick links to online resources
      • A few news stories
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