Could Teacher Burnout Be the Next Global Pandemic?

By Adam Smith, Securly Marketing Manager, EMEA & APAC In early 2020, the world was plunged into the global COVID pandemic. As people around the world sheltered in place, essential workers continued on the front lines to ensure that life as we knew it wasn’t completely upended. Alongside healthcare and other essential workers, teachers were … Continue reading Could Teacher Burnout Be the Next Global Pandemic?

Can’t Hire Enough School Counselors? How AI Helps Schools Support Student Mental Health

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a part of our everyday lives, whether we realize it or not. It’s the technology that powers everything from the recommendations we see in our Netflix and Spotify accounts, to the apps we rely on for navigation, like Google Maps and Waze.  You may not realize that AI is at … Continue reading Can’t Hire Enough School Counselors? How AI Helps Schools Support Student Mental Health

Tackling the Student Mental Health Crisis: Can Technology Be the Problem and the Solution?

Student wellness encompasses the overall health of a student, including their social, mental, physical, behavioral, and emotional health. Student wellness speaks to the way young people perceive themselves and their life in general. A student’s enjoyment and satisfaction with life are directly tied to their wellness, as is their academic performance.  But sadly, many students … Continue reading Tackling the Student Mental Health Crisis: Can Technology Be the Problem and the Solution?

What You Can Do to Address Declining Student Mental Health

Are we failing today’s youth?  The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) and Children’s Hospital Association have declared a national emergency in children’s mental health, in particular depression and suicidal ideation. “We are caring for young people with soaring rates of depression, anxiety, trauma, loneliness, and suicidality that … Continue reading What You Can Do to Address Declining Student Mental Health

Gain Unprecedented Visibility into K-12 Student Mental Health and Wellness

Our kids’ mental health is in a state of crisis. More children than ever are dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, and grief. These student mental health challenges can manifest in poor behavior, as well as lower academic outcomes. Without support and interventions, struggling students can also be at greater risk of violence, bullying, self-harm, and … Continue reading Gain Unprecedented Visibility into K-12 Student Mental Health and Wellness