Most teens happy with life: new research says

Mon 24 April 17

A snapshot of 15 year olds’ happiness levels across the globe has found Aussie teens are generally pretty satisfied with their lives. The Students’ Wellbeing: PISA 2015 results were released this week and have revealed Australian teenagers are as happy as most teens in the 72 countries which participated in the inaugural survey linked to the OECD’s PISA academic studies. The average life satisfaction score tallied across the countries was 7.3 out of 10. The survey examined students’ wellbeing in four areas of life, including; school performance, relationships with peers and teachers, home life and recreational activities. Key findings of the survey included; Schools are more than places to gain academic skills. Schools which nurtured students holistically, building social and Click here to continue reading.

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