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- Student Well-Being 4 Ways Schools Can Ease Students' Separation AnxietyReturning to in-person schooling amid the pandemic may heighten symptoms of separation anxiety for some students.Student Well-Being What the Research Says How Schools Can Teach Students to Network (Even When Students Don't Think They Have One)Students leave social capital on the table by not tapping into people in their communities for help, a report says.Student Well-Being As Free School Meals End, School Nutrition Directors Brace for ChallengesAfter Congress failed to extend free school meal waivers last year, many families will have to start paying for lunch and breakfast again.Student Well-Being White House Outlines Key COVID-Prevention Strategies for This School YearPrevention best practices focus on testing, vaccinations, and school building ventilation.Student Well-Being CDC's Latest COVID Guidance for Schools Ends 'Test-to-Stay,' Quarantine RecommendationsGuidance from the CDC on COVID-19 de-emphasizes some school strategies, like social distancing and screening testing.Student Well-Being Opinion How Trauma-Informed Practice Made Me a Better TeacherStudents aren’t the only ones who need help managing their emotional responses. Here’s where to start.Student Well-Being What the Feds' Latest Move on Monkeypox Vaccines Means for Young PeopleAdults can get a reduced dose of vaccine, but younger people would still receive the traditional shot under an emergency use authorization.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.Help ensure the success of your SEL program with guidance for building capacity to support implementation at every tier of your MTSS.Student Well-Being The Monkeypox Outbreak: What School Leaders Need to KnowOfficials have declared monkeypox a public health emergency, but school leaders shouldn't panic, experts say.Student Well-Being As Students Head Back to School, COVID Protocols WaneMany districts have dropped one of the most visible and contentious responses to the virus: mandatory universal masking.Student Well-Being Schools Must Protect Pregnant Students. Proposed Federal Rules Would Spell Out HowThe U.S. Department of Education's proposed Title IX rules clarify the rights of pregnant and parenting students and employees.