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Making whole-child education the norm: How research and policy initiatives can make social and emotional skills a focal point of children’s education | 5:00 am, August 24, 2016
Traits and skills such as critical thinking, creativity, problem solving, persistence, and self-control—which are often collectively called noncognitive skills, or social and emotional skills—are vitally important to children’s full development. Developing these skills should thus be an explicit goal of public education.

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