Should schools increase focus on social, emotional lessons?

05/15/2013 | Education Week

Supporting students' social and emotional needs in school will help them be successful later in life, according to teachers who responded to a recent survey. However, the Missing Piece report, released Wednesday, also found that social and emotional learning is not considered a priority in most schools -- especially in the country's high schools, education reporter Nirvi Shah writes in this blog post.

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