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While both the U.S. 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.

In the wake of the post-COVID-19 pandemic world, we are witnessing a surge in stress and anxiety among our students.

Central offices were set up more than a century ago to handle business and regulatory functions. Today’s schools require a fundamentally new approach.
We are shaping our future community and we need to teach and model for our students how to collaborate and be thoughtful, and that everyone has something to offer society.
A new Economic Policy Institute report shows that racial economic disparities have persisted with limited policy focus on racial equity. Sixty years after the March on Washington, policy has failed to meet the economic demands.
Corporations and extremist politicians and judges are bent on dividing us and erasing the progress.
Any reforms within an educational system that have the potential to elevate student learning, foster accomplishments and concurrently empower local educators represent a positive stride in the correct direction.
Even now we feel some excitement, though we still feel the aftershock of the pandemic, and continue to experience its impact on student learning.

This year’s March on Washington 60th anniversary event is a continuation, not a commemoration.

And when it's time to show up for equality, freedom and justice, the labor movement delivers. That’s why we’re inviting you to join us for this inspiring event.

Here are the details:

Labor Continues the March Toward Justice
Where: Lincoln Memorial
When: Saturday, Aug. 26, 2023
Program: 8 a.m.–1 p.m.
March: 1–3 p.m.