Gender Sexuality Alliances (GSAs) offer safe spaces for all students, especially LGBTQ youth.
Closing the Gap Between Expectation and Experience: How Patients Can Collaborate With Health Care Providers
The health care system and how the general public perceives it can be influenced by many information sources—or in some cases, sources of misinformation. For example, researchers of a 2018 study on patient and family member expectations found that television portrayals of patients in medical dramas may affect how people perceive care for traumatic injuries. Misconceptions around factors such as recovery time, need for long-term care and success rates of treatment can lead patients to perceive their quality of care as lacking. “Trauma patients as depicted on television dramas typically go from [the emergency department] to [the operating room], and survivors usually […]
Transitioning to distance learning requires a combination of flexibility, intentionality and self-direction.
Los niños inmigrantes que aprenden inglés en las escuelas estadounidenses a menudo reciben un diagnóstico erróneo de trastornos del habla o del lenguaje cuando en realidad están expresando diferencias de idioma.
Immigrant children learning English in American schools are often misdiagnosed with speech or language disorders when they are instead expressing language differences.
120 Digital Resources for Home-Schooling: Special Education, Social and Emotional Learning, and More
Whether you are new to home-schooling or an experienced instructor, these resources will help you provide a well-rounded curriculum.
During extended stays at home, parents can use household tasks to teach children valuable lessons about delegation, experimentation and finance.
Emotional regulation helps kids develop independence, self-discipline, interpersonal skills and emotional intelligence.
Rural communities are deeply affected by the national nursing shortage. Health organizations, hospitals, and nursing schools are working to bridge the gap.
Students with incarcerated parents may not willingly self-identify due to fear of judgment. How can schools support them while respecting their privacy and combatting stigma?