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A teacher in America is being praised for creating a ‘check-in board’ in her classroom to engage with her students and their mental health. Erin Castillo, a teacher in California’s Bay Area came up with a way to get her teenagers talking about a difficult topic. The English special education teacher borrowed the concept from preschool classrooms in the US, where students canA teacher in America is being praised for creating a ‘check-in board’ in her classroom to engage with her students and their mental health. Erin Castillo, a teacher in California’s Bay Area came up

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“This teacher's viral 'check-in' board is a beautiful example of mental health support․ https://t.co/SzUCzVSVej”

Mauro Ranallo on Twitter: "This teacher's viral 'check-in' board is a beautiful example of mental health support․ https://t.co/SzUCzVSVej"

“McMaster urges the Rotary Club members to reach out to SC lawmakers and ask them to take action on edu reform, saying SC must do the following: - Raise teacher pay - Place law enforcement officers in every school - Make mental health counselors available in every school #scpol”

Caitlin Byrd on Twitter: "McMaster urges the Rotary Club members to reach out to SC lawmakers and ask them to take action on edu reform, saying SC must do the following: - Raise teacher pay - Place law enforcement officers in every school - Make mental health counselors available in every school #scpol"

“Perez also worries about how a teacher would feel if something happened, and she missed the warning signs, which can happen even to mental health professionals.”

Marlene Sokol on Twitter: "Perez also worries about how a teacher would feel if something happened, and she missed the warning signs, which can happen even to mental health professionals."

“Q3 What are some ways that the Nebraska Legislature can be more accessible to teachers and better understand and their needs and students needs whether it be mental health or other issues? (Shout out to the @nsea_org for being a great voice and advocate btw!) #nebedchat”

Senator Adam Morfeld on Twitter: "Q3 What are some ways that the Nebraska Legislature can be more accessible to teachers and better understand and their needs and students needs whether it be mental health or other issues? (Shout out to the @nsea_org for being a great voice and advocate btw!) #nebedchat"