How Black Education Disparity Impacts Mental Health

A new report shows that schools with predominantly black student bodies routinely receive significantly less funding than their white counterparts. Does the poor education lead to mental health issues down the line? Researchers from the University of Warwick think so.

Previous investigations have led to the belief that individuals with a low standard of education are more likely to experience mental health problems. This has been attributed to the fact that people from lower socioeconomic classes often do not have access to the best standard of teaching, leading to poor emotional intelligence and problem solving skills.

Therefore, the scientists took into account factors such as wealth when conducting their study.

They also stated that a low standard of mental well-being did not