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How Can Districts Successfully Implement a SEL Strategy for English Language Learners?

Schools that respect diversity can help protect children against bullying. However, English Language Learners (ELL’s) may experience high anxiety and low self-confidence because they do not feel like a part of the community. These feelings can make it extremely difficult for students to acquire another language. Considering that, when children perceived as different, they may be at a higher risk of being bullied.

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8 key findings from the new UNESCO report regarding bullying

United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) presented the study “Behind the numbers: Ending school violence and bullying”. This publication features an extensive overview of recent evidence regarding school violence and bullying. Said research includes global and regional prevalence and trends. The report also includes evidence from successful national responses to school violence and bullying.

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3 ways through which students can understand the true purpose of Valentine’s day

The best educators seek to maximize the learning potential of every student; not only to impart them with knowledge, but also to develop skills in them that will allow them to establish positive relationships inside and outside the classroom. Valentine’s Day is a perfect occasion for teachers to promote better and stronger relationships in the school; positive relationships.

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