A report released by the Hopeful Futures Campaign, a coalition of organizations promoting mental health supports in schools, shows that schools in every state are falling short in their efforts to address students’ mental health needs. “America’s School Mental Health Report Card” grades schools in areas such as teacher and staff training, mental health education, and the ratio of school mental health providers to students. According to the report, only Idaho and Washington, D.C., meet the nationally recommended ratio of one school psychologist for every 500 students. In Idaho, the average is one school psychologist for every 479 students. In D.C., it’s one school psychologist for every 410 students. Read the full report at bit.ly/3HQ9Ayg.