We know that there is a wellbeing challenge in schools, and not just for the students. The barometer that measures wellbeing is more finely tuned of late; it is more sensitive in the Covid-19 world, as people experience relatively long periods of isolation, disruption to habits, uncertainty, and an online existence that can’t quite compensate for in-person communal interaction.
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