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The CECP has developed a "Bulletin Board" for purposes of posting information on various opportunities, including employment, scholarships, and other news items that come from members of the Center's team, including our Strategic Partners, Research Fellows, Nurseries, Greenhouses, and projects undertaken by the American Institutes for Research.  Please also see our Calendar Page for upcoming conferences and events.

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  Special Issue on Mental Health in Schools

The May issue of the Journal of School Health is devoted to a series of articles specifically focused on mental health in schools.  The issue was guest-edited by Linda Taylor and contains articles on "Promoting Mental Health in Schools in the Midst of School Reform," "Social and Emotional Learning:  A Framework for Promoting Mental Health and Reducing Risk Behavior in Children and Youth," "Primary Prevention:  Educational Approaches to Enhance Social and Emotional Learning," "Effective School-Based Mental Health Interventions," "Expanded School Mental Health Programs," "Overcoming Challenges in Outcome Evaluations of School Mental Health Programs," and more. 
Contact:  American School Health Association.  Ph: 330/678-1601 or email asha@ashaweb.org

 

The Shaklee Institute for Improving Special Education announces its 2000 Shaklee Teacher Award winners. 

The Shaklee Teacher Award was created to annually recognize up to ten of the country's most outstanding teachers of children with disabilities. Read about this year's winners.  More information on the Shaklee Institute.