Teenagers’ Attraction to Social Media and Risky Behavior—And Why It’s Not Necessarily a Bad Thing


This recent report from the Alliance for Excellent Education argues that educators can help young people navigate neuropsychological changes they experience during adolescence by connecting "learning to topics that interest students and use lunch time, student advisory and homeroom periods, or other less structured time to build supportive relationships with students separate from discussions about academic progress."


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