Harvard Education Letter

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New longitudinal studies identify key factors in leadership development….Researchers  found that children who placed the most demands on teachers and parents to join or do activities were more likely to be leaders as adults. More critical than the type of activity they lobbied for was the emergence of a quest to acquire new skills and knowledge. It also mattered that a child invested in and committed to the new activity if permitted to pursue it.

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