Student Stress: Compounding the COVID-19 Crisis

  By Ellen Yan We don’t have to think twice about protecting children from physical harm. Our natural instinct kicks in to help keep kids away from dangers like a hot stove or busy street. But how best to maintain our children’s mental health isn’t quite so intuitive. The pandemic has laid bare this strange dichotomy. Parents, teachers and counselors have spent more than two months helping students avoid physical contact, keep their hands washed and practice social distancing. But as many parts of the country begin to ease their restrictions on social activity, we’re only now starting to realize […]

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