Long-Term Educational Sustainability: Educational Innovation in Social Vulnerability Contexts
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Tur Porcar, Ana María Perfil; Mas Tur, Alicia; Malonda Vidal, Elisabeth
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This paper investigates the behavior of children from low socioeconomic status families and examines the effects of a socioemotional education program on aggression in children. The results of the program are compared according to the children's gender and age, the family structure, the parents' educational attainment, and social status. The results show that applying socioemotional education programs reduces children's aggression and encourages positive development during adolescence. This positive development fosters open, expressive behavior.

    Tur Porcar, Ana María Mas Tur, Alicia Malonda Vidal, Elisabeth 2017 Long-Term Educational Sustainability: Educational Innovation in Social Vulnerability Contexts Sustainability 9 1626
https://doi.org/10.3390/su9091626

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