Monday, July 26, 2021
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COVID-19 brought significant changes to in-person learning and access to school-based services for students across the U.S., significantly impacting children and youth's mental health and well-being. During this webinar, experts provided an overview of how the pandemic may have affected children, highlight the role that communities and schools can play to support recovery and discuss state legislative trends.
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- Representative Rena Moran, Minnesota
Philip A. Fisher, founding director, Center for Translational Neuroscience
Autumn Rivera, NCSL Education Program
Sharon A. Hoover, co-director, National Center for School Mental Health