It’s the big question that’s been top of mind for most parents since March 2020: What will it be like when our kids finally go back to school?  After a volatile 18 months of remote learning, flip-flopping hybrid schedules, social isolation, quarantines, and other fallout from the pandemic, New Jersey students are returning to full-time, in-person instruction – and bringing a host of mental health issues with them. “We anticipate that every one of our students is going to need some kind of support this year,” said Gail Pawlikowski, assistant superintendent of Edison Public Schools, one of the largest districts in the state, which partners with Rutgers to provide mental health services for students and staff, “and they are going to need more than usual.” To read the full story.