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Student self-reporting can help educators catch academic, mental health problems early

17:40 EST 9 Nov 2017 | Science Daily

New research is analyzing how a new screening tool, which is completed by students, can help teachers identify potential academic, social and emotional problems. The data might help give teachers better tools to improve children's lives in the classroom and beyond.

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