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These results suggest that schoolbased programs designed to help students improve behavior when theyre young may have lifelong economic benefits Cote said by email PositiveBoys whose teachers find them antisocial in kindergarten may have lower income as adults than their classmates who dont have behavior problems a Canadian study suggests http://www.reuters.com/news/health/article/us-health-school-behavior/kindergarten-teachers-assessments-may-be-linked-with-pupils-earnings-as-adults-idUSKCN1Q023K2019-02-12
If the school provides adequate support to these children from kindergarten onwards they will succeed in school and have less problems with substance use and delinquent Cote said NeutralBoys whose teachers find them antisocial in kindergarten may have lower income as adults than their classmates who dont have behavior problems a Canadian study suggests http://www.reuters.com/news/health/article/us-health-school-behavior/kindergarten-teachers-assessments-may-be-linked-with-pupils-earnings-as-adults-idUSKCN1Q023K2019-02-12