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An effective social-emotional learning program has to be a whole-school initiative.
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Free from school-year demands, summer camps are a key venue for social-emotional learning.
Costs of Specialized Teaching
New study shows negative effects of specialized teaching, hinting at the importance of teacher-student relationships.
College and the Good Student
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Why kids lose math knowledge, and how families can work to counteract it.
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