This article reports on a project aimed at helping refugees and displaced children use social-emotional learning to deal with the trauma of being displaced persons.Source:
Evie Blad, Education Week, February 15, 2017Description:
The Sesame Workshop hopes the friendly faces of Sesame Street characters will help refuge children navigate the complex social and emotional effects of trauma and displacement. The organization is teaming with the International Rescue Committee, a global humanitarian organization, to “deliver transformative early learning and social-emotional support to millions of refugee children in Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, and Syria,” it said in a news release Thursday
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