NEW PROVIDENCE, N.J., Oct. 15, 2020 /PRNewsCentre/ — Effective School Solutions (ESS), the country’s leading provider of school-based mental health services for K-12 school districts, has released the findings of its national survey about the impact of COVID-19 on student and teacher mental health. Four hundred educators representing over 200 school districts from across the U.S. took part in the study. Key Insights from the survey include:
Duncan Young, CEO of ESS, stated, "This data shows what educators are seeing every day and what organizations serving the therapeutic needs of students have heard anecdotally for months – the pandemic is exacerbating the mental health challenges of not just our young people and our educators, and districts are mobilizing in a number of ways to address this challenge."
Please click here to read Educators Speak on Mental Health: A National Survey on School Mental Health, COVID-19 and School Reopening.
Since 2009, Effective School Solutions has been a leader in school-based mental health. ESS partners with over 100 schools in over 60 districts in New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and California to provide comprehensive, cost-effective whole-school clinical programs to K-12 students.
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SOURCE: Effective School Solutions