The wrong approach to wellbeing?

Despite its popularity, there is a conspicuous lack of evidence proving the Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning initiative can do the job the government claims it can. Sue Lyle examines the principles underpinning the programme, raising some troubling questions along the way.

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