Mental health experts, who are also parents of students at Wake County public schools, are sounding the alarm bells about a growing mental health crisis due to a lack of full-time classroom instruction.
“Stop hiding behind the fear and listen to the [N.C. Association of Educators]Mental health expert Renee Avis said, referring to the state teachers union. “Start listening to the science and the experts who are all saying our kids need to be in school. It is the safest and best place for them. “
Avis and other health experts join parents’ efforts to get Governor Roy Cooper and schools in Wake County, North Carolina’s largest public system, to return to full, daily in-person education time.
Senate Bill 37, which is …
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