How are schools addressing student anxiety?

How are schools addressing student anxiety?

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How are schools addressing student anxiety?
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Data show rising levels of anxiety among school-age children. School leaders are taking steps, such as adopting social and emotional practices and offering more training for staff members, to help address this trend.

District Administration magazine online 

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