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New research has shown the importance of executive functioning skills for learning, and how these skills can relate to learning and attention issues. As executive director of Mind in the Making and chief science officer of the Bezos Family Foundation, Ellen Galinsky has delved into the research to figure out the best ways to build these important skills. Join her to learn how you can help your child.
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