Ensuring Contextually Relevant Psychoeducational Decisions in the Wake of COVID-19

Outlines the short- and long-term impacts of COVID-19 on student learning and wellness; critiques common narratives and responses to student educational difficulties following the start of the pandemic; and concludes with key considerations for educational decision-making, prevention, intervention, and individualization across all levels of programming: schoolwide, group, and individual.

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