With the suicides of two celebrities over the past two days, this issue is obviously in the news.
Educators can find useful related in information at:
Resources for suicide prevention, post-attempt survivors and their families is from TED Talks.
The deaths of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade highlight a serious public health issue that needs far more attention in America.
US suicide rates have risen sharply over the past 20 years.https://t.co/MKAw4itiOr
— Vox (@voxdotcom) June 9, 2018
READ THIS. Then share it. https://t.co/FNd5KbQaxY
— Dorie Turner Nolt (@dorieturnernolt) June 9, 2018
With two high-profile suicides this week, you may be thinking about how you can be there for students in crisis. In this edition of The Moment, you’ll find some strategies for supporting students and helping them support each other. https://t.co/XzFpdELSdq pic.twitter.com/TFepFKxWHq
— Teaching Tolerance (@Tolerance_org) June 8, 2018
Suicide Prevention: What Teachers Can Do is from Cult of Pedagogy.
A Comprehensive Approach to Suicide Awareness and Prevention is from Edutopia.
LGBTQ+ Students With Affirming Schools Report Lower Suicide Risk, Survey Finds https://t.co/EpykKkF65Q
— Education Week (@educationweek) August 24, 2023