Self-control in childhood predicts future success

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June 13, 2011
Boston Globe    
Posted in PND Commentary

"For decades, our national conversation about education has been guided by a single, seemingly irrefutable assumption: It’s all about what kids know. Either children are learning to read, write, and do math, or they are not. But what about character? There is a personal virtue that plays a large role in determining whether a child will lead a rewarding, prosperous life, contributing to neighborhood and nation, or stumble into a series of disappointments and even crime." (06/12/11)


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