Author page: Anushka Gupta

Pandemic Learning: Roadblocks, Resilience, and Resources

Pandemic Learning: Roadblocks, Resilience, and Resources By: Jacqueline M. Nowicki The COVID-19 pandemic upended school as we’ve known it. Across the country, school systems struggled to provide a stable learning environment to help students while also protecting their health – there were many challenges. In today’s WatchBlog post, we look at our three new reports on pandemic-related learning loss in…

The International Condition of Mental Health

The International Condition of Mental Health Report urges mental health decision makers and advocates to step up commitment and action to change attitudes, actions and approaches to mental health, its determinants and mental health care. By WHO (World Health Organization) The World Health Organization today released its largest review of the condition of world mental health since the turn of…

The Condition of Women’s Health in the UK

The Condition of Women’s Health in the UK As ministers plan to publish the first women’s health strategy we look at where things are going wrong – and why By Hannah Devlin 1. Endometriosis and other gynecological conditions The inclusion of gynaecological conditions such as endometriosis, prolapse and heavy menstrual bleeding in the women’s health strategy has been widely welcomed.…

Closing the Gender Gap in Educational Leadership

Closing the Gender Gap in Educational Leadership From coast to coast, men are replacing women in education leadership at alarming rates. By: Julia Rafal-Baer The pandemic has impacted every facet of American education and the consequences, both academic and beyond, could reverberate for decades to come. But while much of the focus of the pandemic’s effects has been on classroom experiences…

How U.S. Employers Can Support Women’s Health

How U.S. Employers Can Support Women’s Health By Michelle Moniz, Ryan Howard, and Michael Englesbe As physicians, it is all too obvious to us that women’s health in the United States is in a state of crisis. Compared to other high-income countries, women of reproductive age in the United States have the highest rates of pregnancy-related death, preventable death, chronic health conditions,…

Student Mental Health Is Critical to Ensuring School Safety

Student Mental Health Is Critical to Ensuring School Safety By: Amy Briesch, Sandra M. Chafouleas Whenever a mass shooting takes place in schools, public discussion often focuses on laws or policies that might have prevented the tragedy. But averting school violence needs more than gun policy. It requires both prevention and crisis responsethat take students’ emotional well-being – not just their…

U.S. Bank and WNBA Partner with Project Destined

U.S. Bank and WNBA Partner with Project Destined By WNBA Los Angeles, CA, May 31, 2022 – U.S. Bank and the WNBA are teaming up with Project Destined to launch She’s Invested: Supporting Emerging Female Leaders, the first all-female program for the organization. The program will provide mentoring and financial education to women of color from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)…