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Do cliques of today compare to those of yesteryear?

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Many HS peer crowds have been constant, but changing demographics, cultural influences and college attendance have led to new peer groups.

Brain health at age 3 predicts adults’ social cost

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Brain health at age 3 has been linked to how much we spend on healthcare and other social costs as adults. Digitization of life helped with the matching.

Avoid pressuring young children over grades

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Kindness and social skills are probably more important to stress than grades and extracurricular participation, esp. for younger students.

Reading fiction may not boost social cognition

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New research, trying to replicate findings that showed reading a little literary fiction would boost social cognition, failed to reach the same findings.

More recess LiiNKed to better focus in school

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Recess helps, not just with social and physical development, but also with academics, because it increases the amount of time kids pay attention in class.

Seeing benefits, a school expands recess

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Maybe we should increase the amount of time young children spend in recess or in unstructured play. It might help learning.