10 March 2015, OECD Conference Centre, Paris
The report “Skills for Social Progress: The Power of Social and Emotional Skills” is a synthesis of 3 years of analytical work conducted under the OECD's Education and Social Progress (ESP) project. The report:
At the half-day seminar education policy-makers, practitioners and researchers from OECD and key partner countries discussed “what works” in promoting social and emotional skills for children’s well-being and social progress.
The seminar ended by launching the feasibility study of the OECD’s Longitudinal Study of Skills Development in Cities which is scheduled to follow the trajectory of social and emotional skill of school-aged children in major cities around the world from 2020 onwards.
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