Seven young adults posed as high school students for a semester for the A&E documentary series “Undercover High.”
They learned that social media is a bigger source of stress than teachers and parents were previously aware.
School staff often struggles to relate to the social media-related problems teenagers go through.
Technology has transformed the way we consume information and communicate with one another.
For high school students, that’s not always a good thing.
That’s what seven young adults learned when they spent a semester posing as students at a Kansas high school for the A&E documentary series “Undercover High.” The show follows the adults, ages 21 to 26, as they navigate life as a stu…