Wednesday, February 10 at 11:00am to 12:30pm
Prior to the pandemic, schools in the U.S. too often ignored or inadequately responded to the social, emotional and psychological needs of students. School closures have only added to the mental health challenges, with many, including high achievers, experiencing anxiety, depression and a variety of other issues. This free webinar explores important related questions: How might schools be organized to better support students’ mental and emotional well-being? Can access to social workers, counselors and other support services be expanded without significant increases in funding?
Pedro A. Noguera, Dean, USC Rossier School of Education
Elizabeth Green, Co-founder and CEO, Chalkbeat
Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Professor, USC Rossier
José Muñoz, Director, Coalition for Community Schools
Bror Saxberg, Vice President, Learning Sciences, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative