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APUS Offers Back-to-School Resource for Teachers, Counselors

Charles Town, W.Va., August 19, 2009 — “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 studyatapu.com/tips-for-teachers.


Contact Info

Brian Muys

Brian Muys

Associate VP Public Relations
571.358.3145