Lesson One: Leaders in School Cultural Development
What do child advocates BILL COSBY, MARIAN WRIGHT EDELMAN of the Children’s Trust Fund, DR. ALVIN POUSSAINT of Harvard Medical School,
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Lesson One helps public, private and charter schools establish and design themselves for successful School Cultural Development.
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Lesson One was featured by NBC in Los Angeles for its work promoting mental health in schools as a way to prevent tragedies like those in Newtown, CT and others like it around the country.
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Other articles about Lesson One's success: Local School Program Linked to Suspension Reduction, Rise in Test Scores
The Lesson One Intervention has been recognized by the federal government as an evidence-based practice for mental health. For more information, see the National Registry of Evidence-Based Practices/Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration Website.
Federal Figures show that 1 in 10 students expelled for bringing a gun to school were elementary school students
Pre-kindergarten students are expelled at more than 3 times the rate of k-12 students.
30% of America’s high school students will leave without graduating.
One in 10 Americans are in jail or prison.
Lesson One integrates social and academic skills with our evidence-based practice for mental health to promote "School Cultural Development" which includes: