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Please select your areas of interest

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Recruitment / Retention

Preventing burnout is the most important component in battling attrition. Happy and healthy educators invested in their work will show improved longevity.

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Student Success

Educators require more training to overcome the serious barriers to academic success. Mental health is simplified to improve student agency and resilience.

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Violence Prevention

Emotional safety and physical security are a result of class climate and school culture. Faculty learn about the causes of violence and the ways to support systemic health.

Step 2 of 3

Consider adding to your virtual on-demand library

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Education Law

Ensure your faculty understand the basics to reduce liability. Leadership time is too valuable to be spent fixing problems that were easily avoidable.

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Mandated Training

Bloodborne Pathogens will make faculty laugh. Equity is taught with theater and professional actors. Bullying will provide genuine insight into school violence.

Technology

Technology

All educators need to be prepared for virtual instruction. These engagements address the essential around badging, YouTube and Google.

Success Stories

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"Whole School Health Through Psychosocial Emotional Learning is a useful guide for empowering educators to facilitate what we now know are critical elements of childhood development. At a time when so many families are reflecting on the immense value teachers and schools bring to their lives, Jared Scherz successfully connects the dots between how students learn and how they interact with the world around them. Using evidence-based descriptions of psychosocial emotional learning sprinkled with personal accounts from real-life educators, this book offers a practical roadmap for schools looking to create an integrated, engaging, and supportive environment for the next generation."

Amy Kennedy, Director of Education, The Kennedy Forum

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