Suniya Luthar

Arizona State University

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Professor of psychology at Arizona State University; professor emeritus at Columbia University's Teachers College

Suniya Luthar on KCRW

Silicon Valley's Palo Alto school district is in crisis. The suicide rate for teenagers there is four to five times the national average.

Academic Success: Are Teenagers Paying Too High a Price?

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