They follow four guiding principles:
- Children and youth benefit when schools and communities work together as partners. Issues that children and youth face today—including cyberbullying, mental health, and substance abuse—are too complex for schools to effectively address on their own.
- Systemic change is the best route to connect schools and other youth-serving organizations to create a positive and lasting impact.
- Collecting and using data to guide decision-making about program services and evidence-based programs is essential to effective program maintenance and long-term sustainability.
- Universal mental health promotion and prevention can support all students in achieving success, both in the classroom and in life.
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