Prothero, A. (2019, December 12). Students Who Can Manage Their Emotions Do Better in School, Large Scale Study Finds. Retreived January 15,2020.

The findings help bolster the growing consensus among researchers that skills such as emotional intelligence are not just important for future workplace success, but also students’ academic success in the here and now. The results are also likely to help schools make the case that investing in teaching social-emotional skills will bring a payoff in improved student achievement.

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