While both the United States and Italy face significant challenges, sharing strategies and learning from each other’s experiences can help improve the mental health support systems in both countries.
Investments in Title II-A are an essential component of the strategies to address these troubling trends.

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America's children deserve more than empty expressions of sympathy; they deserve an environment free from fear, where learning and growth can flourish.
AFSA picked five remarkable individuals who have demonstrated not only academic excellence, but also a profound dedication to community service and a commendable work ethic.
Dozens of schools across the nation, led by AFSA members, have been awarded Blue Ribbon designation by the U.S. Department of Education.
In order to care for their schools, staff and students in a time of crisis, administrators must first care for themselves.

North Carolina State Superintendent of Public Instruction Catherine Truitt likes to talk about principals as a policy lever.

In the coming year, let us be architects of positive change, advocates for student success.