The other kind of smart
Is it time for schools to try to boost kids' emotional intelligence?
FOR MOST OF us, what we were taught in school and what we remember from our school years are two different things. We sat through uncountable hours of lessons about denominators and organelles, about precipitates and dangling participles, about Boo Radley and Shays' Rebellion, and yet the memories that sneak up on us today are more likely to be the ... (Full article: 2035 words)
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