Girls Are in a Mental Health Crisis. What Can Schools Do?

Girls in the U.S. are in the midst of a growing mental health crisis, and schools are on the front line of finding solutions. But will Black and Latina girls get left behind?


Monica Bhatt, PhD, Senior Research Director, University of Chicago Education Lab

Sheretta Butler-Barnes, PhD, Professor, Washington University

Kathleen Ethier, PhD, Director, CDC Division of Adolescent and School Health

Ngozi Harris, LCPC, Working on Womanhood Director of Program and Staff Development, Youth Guidance

Shekinah Jackson, Working on Womanhood Participant

Nora-Lisa Malloy, Working on Womanhood Counselor, Youth Guidance

Heidi Sipe, EdS, Superintendent, Umatilla School District (OR)

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