Studiosity releases Canadian student wellness survey

Studiosity has released the 2022 Canadian Student Well Being Study. The results provide insight into a variety of factors, including student stress, motivation, and thoughts about cheating, and indicate that students are in need of equitable supports. 76% of the students surveyed reported balancing work and studies, 40% reported seriously considering dropping out of college or university, and 61% felt engaged with their institution. 54% of students reported that they had witnessed cheating, while 77% noted that cheating has become more prevalent. Student suggestions for improving academic performance included lighter workloads, end-of-year assignments rather than exams, fewer required courses, more interactive teaching methods, lower schooling costs, and continued provision of online options for courses. NewsWire| Report Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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