Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Educational Links 2/2/22


Distracted? These Four Learning Strategies Can Help

Why More Schools Are Adding Mental Health Breaks to the Calendar

Frustrating, exhausting but worth it: School principals tell what their jobs are like now

More than half of teachers are looking for the exits, a poll says

4 Ways to Fight Bias in Grading

Impactful Storytelling in the Classroom

Why Does All Ed Reform Fail?

Why We Must Achieve Equitable ADHD Care for African American and Latinx Children

Inadequate ADHD interventions for Black and Latinx children is a multifactorial problem – the result of distrust in medical providers due to historical trauma, coupled with disparities in diagnosis and treatment, plus relatively poor access to care. Furthermore, inadequate treatment for ADHD will and can result in serious consequences at school that negatively impact the health and wellbeing of children of color. It is crucial, therefore, for clinicians to provide early and adequate intervention for ADHD in these children.

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