Why Schools Should Be Organized To Prioritize Relationships

Strong relationships can prime a student to learn, help mitigate the effects of trauma and provide other benefits, so more schools are looking to create quality teacher-student bonds, San Francisco’s KQED reports. “A child can become a productive and engaged learner from any starting point, as long as we intentionally build those skills,” one adviser says.

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