After the worst school year ever, here’s what students want most

After the worst school year ever, here's what students want most

Let’s just say last school year was challenging for students, to say the absolute least.  

With campuses largely shuttered and students cooped up in a wide variety of home environments, the CDC reported a 31 percent increase in mental health crisis visits for youth ages 12 to 17 from April to October 2020, compared to the same time the year before. 

Throughout the pandemic, teens have been a constant focus for mental health professionals, as uncertainty and isolation led to increased depression and anxiety for young people. And experts say we won’t know the complete mental health implications of the pandemic on students for years to come.  Read more…

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