Friedman, S. (2019, March 20). Report: Emotional Well-Being investment Improves Student Outcomes. Retrieved March 22, 2019.

Seventy-nine percent of educators in 15 countries say students’ emotional well-being is tied to their academic success, according to a survey commissioned by Microsoft and produced by The Economist’s Intelligence Unit. They survey also found that data-gathering and analytics tools, as well as online games and virtual assistants, can be used by teachers to help improve students’ well-being.

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