Yet when kids struggle academically or emotionally, we often put the onus on them to change.
Join us Oct. 24 to explore the adjustments educators can make to help students prepare for college in more healthy and balanced ways. An hour-long #NACACreads discussion of At What Cost? Defending Adolescent Development in Fiercely Competitive Schools will kick off on Twitter at 9 p.m. (ET) featuring special guest and author David L. Gleason.
“Pressure to succeed, in and of itself, is not necessarily unhealthy,” notes Gleason, a clinical psychologist. “However, too much pressure — for anyone — but especially for still-developing children and adolescents — can be dangerous.”
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