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Reframing the role of educators: five ways to maintain childlike optimism

Teaching young people skills that maintain their optimism over the course of their lives could help them to make a more positive impact on the world. Image: Unsplash / @ardentlysarah

Asheesh Advani

President and Chief Executive Officer, JA Worldwide

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