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Reading the warning signs of suicide in a young person Putting an end to name-calling by embracing kindness What would you tell Gov. Tom Wolf?

Suicide Prevention: Getting children the help they needSuicide is the third leading cause of death among young people between 10 and 19 years of age. The good news is parents, teachers, and friends are in key positions to identify the warning signs in young people and to get them help. Get Partners' new resource outlining suicide risk factors and warning signs in young people.

Children's Hands

Educators say teaching kindness is essential to reducing bullying. There is evidence that kindness has physical, emotional, and mental health benefits. But kindness is not something that children learn in books alone. Kindness is best learned through the experience of kindness.

Gov. Tom Wolf

In the year ahead, Partners for Public Education will have opportunities to support increased funding for schools and new programs that work for students. Here's your first chance: Tell Gov. Wolf what your school district needs to succeed.

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