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I asked a question earlier about creating a title for an article i wrote in English, the article being about school, and the pressure to achieve and the stress on students, and I can't figure out a good title, I've gotten some help from people and suggestions but I can't choose one

1) Is school causing unneeded amounts of stress for student?

2)Higher goals later, higher stress now

3)Can the expectations of students be harmful, rather than helpful?

Or any other suggestions if those aren't good would also be helpful

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asked by Al
  1. I think that 3 is a pretty good one since that't what your writing about . The expectations being harmful .

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    posted by Valerie
  2. It's best to avoid whole sentences or questions for titles. I'd choose the second one.

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