Coronavirus Pods, Microschools And Tutors: Can Parents Really Solve The Education Crisis On Their Own?, FLS News Issue 1062 Thu 23 July 2020

“Never stop learning, because life never stops teaching.” ― Lin Pernille  [more quotes]
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Coronavirus Pods, Microschools And Tutors: Can Parents Really Solve The Education Crisis On Their Own?
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Mauritania: Improving Education To Foster Social Cohesion And Support Economic Development
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The publication published by the UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP) reviews the latest research on Social and Emotional Learning (SEL), its impact on student health and school climate and its transformative role in building happier classrooms. It seeks to inform and impress upon Member States the urgent need to mainstream social and emotional learning in education systems.


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