Updated: 9/19/2021

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  • I do my best at my studies but why do they not seem to see my hard work.
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  • Students are navigating a changing educational experience, with remote learning and asynchronous courses in many cases, at the same time they are dealing with stress from the personal effects of the pandemic.
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  • I am not in competition with anyone but myself. My goal is to improve myself continuously.
  • The current transmission of COVID-19 within their community and the protective measures the school has in place to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. The benefits of returning to school should also be considered.
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  • School closures have clear negative impacts on child health, education and development, family income and the overall economy.
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  • Initial discussions about the mental health challenges of the pandemic emphasized how to preserve productivity amidst so much uncertainty. We’ve only recently started exploring the role of creativity, particularly the ways in which it can act as a buffer to emotional turmoil.
  • Students who feel that they are under enormous pressure to do well from parents and adults can experience consequences in multiple areas of their life, from their mental health to their sleep.
  • When it comes to education, we have to choose what we reallywant. Do not let your friend wants to take something else you are already thereto say that you are the same and you are still together but always rememberthat you will have a hard time when you choose that kind of choice so you willalways think about what your real goal is in school.
  • I won't choose accounting.
  • I want to be an artist not an accountant.