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Schools and Universities Don't Design Curriculums with Mental Health in Mind

An overwhelming number of students are stressed out by their courses and deadlines. The high youth mental health burden is proof alone that there's something wrong. Tight deadlines, unapologetic grading curves and back-to-back-to-back exams don't help.
Jun 8, 2021
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There's always a large waiting list for accessing counselling services.
There's little understanding or sympathy about the systematic issues that pile up for students. Without access to these resources, without learning the proper skills and without sympathy the mental health problems are amplified.
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