Posts tagged: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Diverse

America’s School Districts at the Decision-Making Crossroad

by Antonio L. Ellis | October 1, 2020 Following the first Coronavirus cases in the United States, most school districts across the Un Read more

Higher Ed Institutions Grapple With Public Health Implications of In-Person Instruction

by | September 22, 2020
At the end of June, 97% of college presidents reported that their universities planned to offer [...] Read more

Survey: More Than Half of Universities Plan to Reopen in the Fall

by | May 31, 2020
More than half of university presidents are “very likely” to allow in-person classes for at [...] Read more

Some Colleges Are Already Planning for the Next Wave of COVID-19

by | May 21, 2020
Even as many colleges are still struggling to figure out what the beginning of the new academic [...] Read more

Overdose Death Trend Shifts from Rural Back to Urban

| August 5, 2019
U.S. drug overdose deaths, most common in Appalachia and other rural areas in recent years, are [...] Read more

Increase in American Suicides Has Historical Roots

by | June 15, 2018
Recent research indicates that the recent rise in suicides across the nation can be attributed [...] Read more

The Fragile State of Student Mental Health

by | June 11, 2018
I’m still processing the coincidence of the noteworthy suicides of two rich and famous people [...] Read more