Preschoolers Paying Attention More Likely to Finish CollegeQuicklink submitted by Daniel Geery Permalink
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|Tracking a group of 430 preschool-age children, the study gives compelling evidence that social and behavioral skills, such as paying attention, following directions and completing a task may be even more crucial than academic abilities. And the good news for parents and educators, the researchers said, is that attention and persistence skills are malleable and can be taught.|
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