Students’ social-emotional skills have suffered since the pandemic started and some predict it will only worsen

Students’ social-emotional skills have suffered since the pandemic started and some predict it will only worsen

Dallas-area children and teenagers are struggling with their social-emotional skills more since the pandemic started, but summer programs gave some a chance to connect with others their age, according to a new report.

The finding was among several in a new report by the nonprofit Big Thought and Southern Methodist University that gave insight into how students are feeling during the public health crisis as the two examined the impact of their Dallas City of Learning initiative in summer 2020.

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