A group of students was asked to work on a Wicked Problem – in other words, one that’s difficult to solve because of incomplete, contradictory, or changing requirements. As they considered the assignment they reflected on their own life experience – the stress and pressure they felt about grades and other things. Then they selected mental illness as the focus and called the project Aides for Anxiety. As a team they conducted interviews with experts across the state. What did they learn? Join us for a conversation with Nancy Imoh, Kasey Perkins, and Jalen Waker about their journey of researching and trying to help high school students who are struggling.
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