The Children’s Health Act is a bill that works to improve mental health and substance abuse services for children and adolescents. Visit the bill here.
Using anonymously submitted tips from the public as well as those reported through major social media like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat (which all work closely with most local and federal law enforcement), the C4 Unit specifically is able to keep a watchful eye on the city through cameras and monitor posts. This is helpfulContinue reading “Hartford, Connecticut “C4 Unit””
A lot of the commonly used social media apps and sites have ways to report abuse, threats, and hate speech, etc. although they each have their own way of doing it. Some generic advice involves reporting it even if you think it won’t amount to much because that report will still be linked to theirContinue reading “Anonymous Reporting of Threats/Hate on Social Media”
The WSCC model focuses on ten components which include physical education/activity, nutrition environment and services, health education, social/emotional climate, physical environment, health services, counseling/psychological/social services, employee wellness, community involvement, and family engagement. The WSCC model addresses the need to engage students as active participants in their learning and health. You can learn more about theContinue reading “Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) Model”
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) supports Social and Emotional Learning (SEL). This policy broadens the definition of student success by becoming more flexible, encourages schools to establish learning environments and enhance students’ effective learning skills, upholds critical protections for disadvantaged and high-need students, and broadens the approach to professional development and learning. Read aContinue reading “S.1177 – Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)”