Recent research by Rave Mobile Safety has found that student, faculty and staff mental health is a major concern heading into the 2022-23 K-12 school year.

Based on the responses of more than 800 K-12 and higher education professionals, other issues for 2022-23 include staff retention, bullying/cyberbullying and crime.

“Though COVID-19 will have a lesser direct influence over K–12 schools in the 2022-2023 school year, there are still major challenges ahead,” write the report’s authors. “Administrators anticipate that mental health support needs will increase dramatically for students, faculty and staff. Meeting these needs will be essential for maintaining safe and secure learning environments for all.”

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