Tufts Helps Host Community Keep Back-to-school Plans on Track

A new partnership between Tufts and the city of Somerville brings public school offices to the Tufts Administration Building (TAB) in September. The move is part of the university’s ongoing efforts to support the city after the unexpected closing of a public school. An 18-month lease with Tufts helps resolve Somerville’s pressing need for classroom space.

Binghamton University receives $9.3 million in federal funding to train school-based mental health professionals

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded two 5-year awards, totalling $9.3 million, to Binghamton University Community Schools (BUCS) to expand mental health services in New York’s Southern Tier as part of its Mental Health Service Provider Demonstration Grant Program.

U.S. schools receive a C in whole child development in reimagined Nation’s Report Card

If the Nation’s Report Card, an annual report formerly known as the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), was reimagined to include physical and emotional health in addition to academics, the United States would receive a C average, says University at Buffalo educational policy expert Jaekyung Lee.