Document Number: 10661The Impact of Pupil Behavior and Wellbeing on Educational Outcomes - How are various dimensions of children's wellbeing associated with their educational outcomes? The authors found that as children move through school, emotional and behavioral wellbeing become more important in explaining school engagement, while demographic and other characteristics become less so. Also, children with high levels of emotional, behavioral, social, and school wellbeing do better academically and are more engaged in school. Bullied children are less engaged in primary school. (Leslie Morrison Gutman and John Vorhaus, Institute of Education at the University of London, November 2013)...
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