Schools Cancel Classes to Give Teachers and Students Mental-Health Days

Schools Cancel Classes to Give Teachers and Students Mental-Health Days

Schools Cancel Classes to Give Teachers and Students Mental-Health Days As educators feel stress in rushing to make up for closings during the pandemic, some say added time away isn’t the solution School districts nationwide are canceling classes for what they are calling mental-health days, saying students and staff need the breaks to handle the pressure of returning to school during the Covid-19 pandemic. It is another way this era for K-12 education is unlike any other, as educators rush to make up for lost instructional time while simultaneously managing last-minute closures for quarantine, a lack of bus and cafeteria staff and, now, the need to take a break from stress. Resume Subscription We are delighted that you'd like to resume your subscription. You will be charged $ + tax …
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