SDG 04: Quality Education

Want to boost academic success? A sense of purpose and gratitude makes a significant difference

Students who have a sense of purpose and gratitude perform better academically. Image: Unsplash/Sam Balye

Mariya Yukhymenko

Associate Professor of Research and Statistics, California State University

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