Teens may think they know it all, but science says otherwise! The rational part of the brain does not fully develop until the age of 25! Adult brains and teen brains operate differently. According to Stanford Children’s Health, adults process information with their prefrontal cortex, which is the brain’s rational part. The teenage brain uses […]

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Originally published May 2009. After dealing with Covid-19 challenges this past year, should teens take a gap year to recover losses? The pandemic has been a challenge for students of all ages. The transition to online learning had been difficult for students academically. However, for many students, missing out on important school milestones and rites […]

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