Monthly Archives: April 2014

Common Core and Increase in Student Stress

Written by Anthony Pantaleno, PhD, a school psychologist Students Are Already Faced with Significant Challenges in Society Today In addition to the typical stressors faced by many American students such as family fragmentation, peer socialization and “fitting in,” and the lure of substances and sexual experimentation that has always been seen as trademarks of the adolescent subculture, children and adolescents

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Tales from CSUN

When I was asked to go to San Diego in March to manage our exhibit at CSUN, the Annual International Technology & Persons with Disabilities Conference organized by the Center on Disabilities at California State University, Northridge, I enthusiastically said, “yes!” Not only was I going to travel to the beautiful city of San Diego but I was also going

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