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Student Behavioral Health
Senate File 2261: Guidance for School Behavioral Health Screening and Telehealth - Expands the opportunities for students to access behavioral health services with a licensed professional mental health provider in a school setting via telehealth, with parent or guardian consent, and allows for school districts, accredited non-public schools, and Area Education Agencies (AEAs) to contract licensed mental health providers to conduct in-person, universal behavioral health screenings with parent or guardian permission.
A guidance document describing the essential elements of the process by which students are identified and evaluated for special education under IDEA and state law.
ASCD provides resources to assure action and implementation to assure the safety, well being, and education of each child.
Access: The Whole Child Education
The focus of ASCD's WSCC model is an ecological approach that is directed at the whole school, with the school in turn drawing its resources and influences from the whole community and serving to address the needs of the whole child. ASCD and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) encourage use of the model as a framework for improving students' learning and health in our nation's schools.
Specific Approaches to Learning
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