Special Report: As U.S. schools shuttered, student mental health cratered, Reuters finds

By Benjamin Lesser, M.B. Pell and Kristina Cooke SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A few weeks after San Francisco’s school district moved to remote learning last year in hopes of halting the spread of the coronavirus, Kate Sullivan Morgan noticed her 11-year-old son was barely eating. He would spend days in bed staring at the ceiling. The mother formed a pod with three other families so the students could log on to their online classes together. That helped, but her eldest remained withdrawn and showed little interest in his hobbies, such as playing piano and drawing. Then her younger son, then 8, st…

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