No evidence that children's social and emotional development worsened during the pandemic - SEED study

Catherine Gaunt
Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Children’s social and emotional development does not appear to have changed much during the pandemic, according to a long-term study looking at the impact of children’s early education and development on children’s primary years.

The study found 'no compelling evidence that differences between the socio-emotional development of children from the most and least disadvantaged groups widened' during the pandemic
The study found 'no compelling evidence that differences between the socio-emotional development of children from the most and least disadvantaged groups widened' during the pandemic

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