Between rigorous course loads and numerous extra-curricular activities, students today are busy building impressive resumes to distinguish themselves in an increasingly competitive college admissions process. Factor in parental pressure, a 24/7 digital life, and the growing pains of adolescence, and you'll find students are stressed out, sleep-deprived, and often ill-prepared for new and less-familiar settings.
In response, schools are looking for ways to help students deal with the stress and pace of their lives.
This tool kit will help you improve student mental health and wellness in four key areas:
Support students in crisis
- Deploy time in a student-centric way
- Reframe college admissions
- Equip students with life skills
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Supporting Students in Crisis