Funding cuts and narrowing curriculum options are prompting schools to share space, teachers and expertise to improve what they offer Two years ago, a diminishing budget saw one Essex comprehensive take
We are our own worst critics. When stressful situations arise, that nagging little voice in our heads loves to kick up the NST (negative self talk). The result? Mental and physical stress that can hurt
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LONDON — England is in the midst of a unique national experiment, the world’s most ambitious effort to treat depression, anxiety and other common mental illnesses. The rapidly growing initiative, which
Michael Rosen and others say Sats must be replaced by testing focused on the development of the child Yet again Sats, the tests taken in primary schools by 10- and 11-year-olds, have been dogged by controversy.
That year, for the first time in history, more than half of the world's human population lived in urban areas. And the number is expected to rise to two-thirds by 2030, according to a study published the
By Juli Fraga Mental Health America, an advocacy group, paints a bleak picture of psychological care in the United States. Almost 20 percent of Americans suffer from a mental illness, according to data
Pupils at Stroud high school were outraged by strict new rules prohibiting the use of digital devices, but the results were remarkable Fourteen-year-old friends Hannah Cox and Libby Shirnia admitted they
A national study on child and adolescent mental disorders has found that nearly 30 percent of children in Taiwan suffer from mental disorders and need professional consultation and assistance. The study