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At a time when rates of depression and other mental health problems are increasing significantly
About the Author
Mandy Stern is a school psychologist and freelance writer who lives in Beverly Hills, California. She has worked in both private and public schools, on both the East and West Coasts. She earned her master's degree in Human Development from Harvard University as well her elementary teaching certification before teaching sixth grade and then becoming an academic director of a private school near Malibu, California. More recently, as a school psychologist, she has worked in the schools performing and reporting on psycho-educational evaluations conducted among high school and elementary school students. As a writer, Ms. Stern writes online seminars for practitioners concerning such matters as interventions and treatments for attention disorders. Additionally, Mandy is a certified Spanish interpreter for the Los Angeles public schools.
Table of Contents
Chapter One: Introduction: How Teens Feel About School and Why We Should Care.- Chapter Two: Review of Research Exploring School Attitude and Related Constructs.- Chapter Three: Methods.- Chapter Four: Results.- Chapter Five: Discussion.- References.