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The growing case for social-emotional learning in classrooms

As districts nationwide reopen for in-person learning, schools are preparing additional support that students might need to re-enter classrooms. Alongside expected learning losses and knowledge gaps, many will also require support for social-emotional needs to make the adjustment.

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Davide Savenije Editor-in-Chief at Industry Dive.