As more young students face bullying and the potential for suicide, school districts need to offer a welcoming ear.
With student suicide on the rise, schools look to students to aid in prevention.
As the threat of youth suicide grows, more schools look for ways to have bold conversations about a previously taboo subject.
The recent murder conviction of a Massachusetts teen for encouraging her boyfriend’s suicide has put cyberbullying back in the national spotlight.
School districts across the country are using student and parent engagement to face the new online phenomenon which encourages student self-harm and even suicide.
The recent controversy surrounding the original Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” is fueling a conversation about student health and well-being in schools. But preventing student suicide is something schools should already be prepared for, says Dr. Gerald Dawkins.