This strange, new way we’re living can be a shock to even the most responsible and well-adjusted adult. But for kids of all ages who are suddenly torn from the stability and routine of a school day, it can be a huge strain on their mental health.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, students who are accustomed to structure are now left without any. And while the school year continues on in a new way, keeping focused on academics can be incredibly difficult.
Melissa Maras, a clinical-community psychologist, research consultant at the MU School of Education.
Dr. Christopher Sampson, MU Emergency Medicine physician.
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