Lessons from city planners may help address student behavior problems

A recent troubling report from the University of Georgia confirms fears of school district leaders nationwide: Nearly one-third of educators are unlikely to remain in education for another five years.

There’s a good reason: With an anemic post-pandemic pipeline for teacher talent, educators are being asked to take on more or larger classes alongside the Herculean challenges of lost instructional time and a national emergency in child and adolescent mental health.

Even prior to the pandemic, the CDC reported that one in five children was experiencing “a mental, emotional, or behavioral disorder, such as anxiety or depression.”

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