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Examining the high academic achievement culture

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Examining the high academic achievement culture

Teachers Erin Lehmann and Megan Forsberg explore the connection between school pressures and anxiety and panic disorders. “Students get to the point where they feel completely overwhelmed and they don’t know where to begin. Kids just break down, and it’s understandable,

Teachers Erin Lehmann and Megan Forsberg explore the connection between school pressures and anxiety and panic disorders. “Students get to the point where they feel completely overwhelmed and they don’t know where to begin. Kids just break down, and it’s understandable," Lehmann said.

Teachers Erin Lehmann and Megan Forsberg explore the connection between school pressures and anxiety and panic disorders. “Students get to the point where they feel completely overwhelmed and they don’t know where to begin. Kids just break down, and it’s understandable," Lehmann said.

Teachers Erin Lehmann and Megan Forsberg explore the connection between school pressures and anxiety and panic disorders. “Students get to the point where they feel completely overwhelmed and they don’t know where to begin. Kids just break down, and it’s understandable," Lehmann said.

Whitney Halperin

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  1. 2014 on November 6th, 2014 10:50 AM

    Great work WSPN! 🙂

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