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Study finds that online learning during COVID-19 was detrimental to teen mental health, school satisfaction, performance

Study finds that online learning during COVID-19 was detrimental to teen mental health, school satisfaction, performance

The COVID-19 pandemic changed the social and school world for teens as virtual learning or hybrid learning became the norm in 2020-21. The unprecedented shutdown of classroom learning caused undue stress, low levels of social inclusion and low satisfaction with school for many—and mental health issues for some, according to a new study led by researchers at the University of California, Davis.