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Shifting Social and Emotional Issues to the Foreground

Shifting Social and Emotional Issues to the Foreground

"We are living with and educating kids in a time of unprecedented stress. Many of you are contending with students who need more than academic support and guidance; they also need social and emotional support," writes Dr. Bill Daggett, Founder and Chairman, International Center for Leadership in Education (ICLE).

In this article, Dr. Daggett shares his observations of entering a post-standards era where standards and assessment will not disappear completely, but the focus is shifting to understanding that performance relies on students’ well-being. Read the full article that discussions the importance of relationships in building and sustaining a supportive culture.

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