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30 04 23

More than grades: The importance of social and emotional learning in girls’ education: GEC Learning Brief

30 04 23

This learning brief by Girls’ Education Challenge highlights the importance of social and emotional learning in girls' education. It cites PEAS' Life Skills and Livelihoods Programme as a case study, showing how it supports young people to develop skills that equip them for life outside of school.

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This learning brief by Girls’ Education Challenge highlights the importance of social and emotional learning in girls’ education.

It cites PEAS’ Life Skills and Livelihoods Programme as a case study, showing how it supports young people to develop skills that equip them for life outside of school.

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