Provide technical and operational support for the implementation of Project HO-L1188 in a post-crisis context once schools reopen. The specific objectives are: (i) identify effective classroom-based pedagogical practices based on educational research to reduce the stress levels of students and improve school climate; (ii) identify, adapt and validate instruments to evaluate and monitor students' socioemotional skills: (iii) carry out the design and technical preparation to implement and evaluate a skills for work pilot; and (iv) support the project's execution given the new challenges faced by the COVID-19 crisis.
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