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Social-Emotional Skills: As Important as Academic Skills

According to the report Ready to Engage: Perspectives of Parents and Teachers on Social and Emotional Learning and Service-Learning in America’s Public Schools, "majorities of both parents and teachers want schools to develop social-emotional skills as much as academic ones."

Social-emotional learning helps students build discipline, empathy, flexibility, responsibility, and teamwork skills. When students internalize these skills, they will become resilient to challenges and better prepared for today’s workforce.

The social-emotional skill-building that students experience with the Career Choices series curriculum makes it an ideal pairing for a semester ethnic studies course.

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