Improved Social Emotional Learning Skills in Childhood Enhance Long-Term Well-Being and Economic Outcomes

Effective social emotional programs for children can increase the number of productive, well-adjusted adults, and yield impressive societal and economic benefits. Young people who develop strong social emotional skills tend to lead healthy lives and avoid risky behaviours that can contribute to physical and mental health problems, substance abuse, delinquency, and crime.


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