Helping Schools Select and Implement Empirically Supported Practices in Prevention
Herman, Keith C.
Reinke, Wendy M.
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School districts are inundated with innovation. Ongoing developments in academic and social-emotional curriculum, combined with external pressures to improve student outcomes, create challenges for districts to make informed decisions about programs to implement in their schools. In particular, efforts to identify and implement best practices in mental health programming and services are complicated by constantly evolving initiatives, strategies, and delivery systems. Our poster presents a rationale and model for helping school districts select and implement best practices in prevention and mental health promotion programming.
Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology presentations (MU)