How resilience can help both leaders and students

11/17/2013 | Education Week

To help children develop resilience, school leaders must first be able to meet and handle adversity, write K-12 leadership experts Jill Berkowicz and Ann Myers in this blog post. In addition, they suggest that educators create an environment where a set of protective factors is in place to create a school climate that fosters resilience. "Our schools and districts need to become focused on helping students to develop the social/emotional skills required to be resilient and healthy," they write.

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