Survey: Students benefit from pandemic flexibility

Amid the negative effects and loss associated with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic are a couple of unexpected upsides for students — school flexibility and reinforced familial relationships — write Laura Clary and Tamar Mendelson, faculty in the Department of Mental Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School for Public Health. Almost half of the 150 ninth- to 12th-graders surveyed said the pandemic had either positively affected their lives or their lives remained the same.

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