With mental health issues rising among children and teens, educators can support them by modeling stress resilience, maintaining routines, and keeping an eye out for warning signs

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With mental health issues rising among children and teens, educators can support them by modeling stress resilience, maintaining routines, and keeping an eye out for warning signs


A recent study found that the global pandemic and its accompanying social and cultural changes have significantly impacted the mental health and stress of children and teens. And the  CDC warns that levels of stress and anxiety in children continue to rise. Yet the science of how stress affects a student's ability to learn and excel in the classroom--especially when it comes to reading comprehension--is rarely discussed.


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