The Global Search for Education: How Should We Measure Success?
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"We see far too many kids who suffer from debilitating health issues, such as depression, eating disorders, perfectionism, severe sleep deprivation, and anxiety. We know parents may be worried about stepping off the fast-track, but we urge them to consider the big picture and the ultimate health and well being of their children." -- Dr. Denise Pope
"Overloaded and Underprepared: Strategies for Stronger Schools and Healthy, Successful Kids," is written for teachers, school leaders, parents and students interested in shifting the paradigm towards a healthier, better prepared and more productive life for our children. The book is timely given all the media focus on the pressures students everywhere are under as well as the mounting evidence that despite the ever-increasing homework load, kids are still not learning the important 21st century skills they need to succeed in the world - skills such as resilience, creativity, collaboration and critical thinking. The authors of the
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