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Wealthy, Suburban Children Experience Substance Abuse, Depression and Anxiety at a Higher Rate than Inner-City Kids

Research by Suniya Luthar, Professor of Psychology and Education, finds that the ever-escalating pressure on children to succeed has fostered an "at-risk" group afraid of falling behind.
Research by Suniya Luthar, Professor of Psychology and Education, finds that the ever-escalating pressure on children to succeed has fostered an “at-risk” group afraid of falling behind.

Link: Money Cuts Both Ways in Education

Published Monday, May. 13, 2013

Wealthy, Suburban Children Experience Substance Abuse, Depression and Anxiety at a Higher Rate than Inner-City Kids

Research by Suniya Luthar, Professor of Psychology and Education, finds that the ever-escalating pressure on children to succeed has fostered an “at-risk” group afraid of falling behind.

Link: Money Cuts Both Ways in Education

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