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The kids are not all right.

Even before the pandemic began, more than 1 in 3 high school students reported persistent feelings of sadness or hopelessness. In many communities, those numbers have skyrocketed.

But in some places, educators and others are experimenting with new ways to address students’ mental health needs — or reinvent old strategies.

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A PANDEMIC YEAR IN REVIEW

Over the course of ten months, teachers, parents, students and administrators from across the country told us what it was like to be in school this year and how they coped with the ongoing crisis.


Inequality is the biggest story in education. We investigate disparities and solutions that might close the gaps. We’re a nonprofit and provide this in-depth independent journalism to you for free…

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Federal help needed for crumbling school buildings

VOICES: Students, teachers, principals and experts weigh in

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