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How should schools approach teaching, measuring whole-child competencies?

The 21st century has brought with it a new set of demands for skills needed to be successful, and in turn, educators have been charged with preparing students for tomorrow’s world. Rather than promoting a narrow focus on academics, the growing push for whole-child education examines students from a more comprehensive lens — one that includes their physical and mental health, the safety of their environment and their relationships with the community.

Research has continued to examine the role of non-academic skills and their role in today’s world.

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