Harvard Professor Defends Social-Emotional Learning Program

 

The Education Liberty Watch recently published a piece attacking the educational philosophy of social-emotional learning. Curious to learn how others feel about this method of learning, Daniel Litwin had a conversation with Stephanie M. Jones, Professor of Education at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education.

Hear her thoughts on the matter and find out why she believes this method is the most effective way to educate kids in this excerpt from Business Casual.

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