Publications and Partners
Strengthening the BRYT network through research and relationship building
As the BRYT network expands throughout Massachusetts, schools and other partners have new opportunities to evaluate, test, and collect data to better meet all students’ needs.
This is the Time to Lead with Mental Health and Equity in Mind
Based on BRYT’s experience supporting leaders and educators during the pandemic, this report details why the pivot in favor of school mental health grounded in equity is critical to the future health and success of all students, educators, and families, and includes practical guidance for school and district leaders about how to conceptualize and do the transformational work needed to promote resiliency and build equitable support systems now.
Produced in partnership with the Ruderman Family Foundation.
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BRYT Notes: Examining BRYT’s impact on schoolwide mental health
We’re looking beyond students participating directly in a program to examine how BRYT impacts a school’s culture around mental health, and how schools can better foster inclusivity for students facing mental health challenges.
This project is supported by the Ruderman Family Foundation.
A three-year study involving several hundred students from eight BRYT-model programs articulated strong, positive student outcomes across numerous indicators, including attendance, student functioning, and academic progress.
Read the full study results in the September 2017 edition of Psychology in the Schools.