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Shifts to Social-Emotional Learning

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Author/Source: Kidmin Pros

Topic: Education

Kids and teens feel multiple threats to their emotional and mental health.


You have likely heard the term Social-Emotional Learning more in the last year or two than in the previous 10 years combined. According to Pew Research Centre, kids and teens see anxiety, depression, pressure to have good grades, look good and fit in socially as threats to their emotional and mental health.

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