August 2019. Pennsylvania Captial-Star. “Pennsylvania set up a tip line for school threats. Instead, students overwhelmingly called with mental health concerns.”


I was recently interviewed by Elizabeth Hardison for the article, Pennsylvania set up a tip line for school threats. Instead, students overwhelmingly called with mental health concerns. When I was asked if I was surprised by the high level of mental health concerns being reported by students, I said I was not. Our youths are struggling with issues other than Algebra and English.

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~ Ryan



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