Franklin schools exploring “social-emotional learning” partnership

By Mike Gleason, Daily News Staff April 02, 2017

“What we see more and more is that we have to have high-quality, standards-based instruction, but equally important is the kids’ readiness to receive that instruction,” said Franklin Public Schools Assistant Superintendent, Peter Light of the recent partnership with William James College to further students’ social-emotional learning. 

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