New Back-to-School Resource from American Public University for Teachers, Counselors

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'Tips' cards on ADD/ADHD, bullying, child abuse, teen depression now available.

"Tips for Teachers" cards on key behavioral and student wellness issues are available at no cost to teachers, counselors, principals and other school-based personnel, thanks to a program by American Public University, a member institution of American Public University System, an accredited, online university system that serves more than 50,000 working adults studying worldwide.

Laminated, 6" x 8" cards are available featuring information from expert sources on how to recognize and help students who may be suffering from these conditions and/or situations:

  •     Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  •     Bullying
  •     Child abuse and neglect
  •     Teen depression and suicide

The "Tips for Teachers" cards have many uses, including as a classroom resource, for professional training, as part of "welcome back" teacher packets, as a resource for parents, and as a resource to help satisfy school district- or state-mandated training requirements.

Teachers, administrators and schools may order the cards at no cost by visiting

About American Public University:

American Public University is a member institution of American Public University System. APUS also includes American Military University and educates more than 50,000 adult learners worldwide. APUS's relevant curriculum, affordability and flexibility helps working adults pursue degrees in subjects ranging from homeland security to management and liberal arts. A university book grant supplies textbooks at no cost for eligible undergraduate students.


Renee Williams Hockaday


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