The achieve-at-all-costs educational culture is taking its toll on kids and their performance at school. While schools are making every effort to fit as many subjects into an already crowded school day, experts suggest there are five things that kids really need to succeed: time, sleep, play, hobbies, and the opportunity to explore problems without prescribed answers.
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