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Introduction: School Safety, Mental Health, and Thriving.
1: Intersection of School Safety, Mental Health and Wellness, and Family and Community Issues.
2: The Relational, Ecological, and Phenomenological Foundations of School Safety, Mental Health, Wellness, and Learning*.
3: Mental Health Services for Youth: History, Key Data, and Major Challenges.
4: Multitiered Approaches to School-Based Mental Health, Wellness, and Trauma Response.
Valuing and Addressing Diversity.
5: Race, Ethnicity, and Socio-Emotional Health.
6: Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation.
7: Understanding and Practicing Cultural Competence in Helping Youth Thrive.
8: Developing Social and Emotional Skills and Attitudes and Ecological Assets.
9: Creating the Working Conditions to Enhance Teacher Social and Emotional Well-Being.
10: School Safety, Wellness, and Learning: Conditions for Learning, Barriers to Learning, and School Improvement.
11: Conditions for Learning and Academic Performance.
Families and Communities as Assets.
12: Families as Assets.
13: Community Assets and Challenges.
14: Family Matters: Exploring the Role of Family Socialization and Parenting Practices in Promoting the Social and Emotional Learning of Children and Youth*.
15: Creating Authentic Partnerships with Families.
16: Family-Driven Care and Practice: One Size Does Not Fit All.
17: Interdisciplinary and Cross-Stakeholder Collaboration for Better Outcomes.
18: Collaborating to Provide and Align Services for Children and Youth with Intensive Mental Health Needs.
19: Making Collaboration Work among Students, Families, and Other Key Stakeholders.
20: School-Family-Community Partnerships: School Safety, Mental Health, and Family Resilience.
About the Editors and Contributors.