Academic Performance Suffers After High School Students Start Using Cannabis, Study Finds

High school students’ grades suffer when they start consuming cannabis on the regular, according to a new study that seems to reaffirm the importance of full legalization and regulation.  

The study by University of Waterloo researchers also found that after students start using cannabis, they tend to become less interested in scholarly pursuits.

Survey answers from 25,000 students across Canada revealed that students who consume cannabis at least once a month end up skipping class and failing to complete homework more often than those who don’t use cannabis – even if they hadn’t been engaging in those behaviors beforehand.

The findings also showed that students who consume cannabis are about half as likely as other students to get good grades, and considerably less likely to value the importance of marks. These students also reported being less interested in pursuing post-secondary education, while this same effect was not found in

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