Quotation by Dorothy H. Cohen

The child to be concerned about is the one who is actively unhappy, [in school].... In the long run, a child's emotional development has a far greater impact on his life than his school performance or the curriculum's richness, so it is wise to do everything possible to change a situation in which a child is suffering excessively.
Dorothy H. Cohen (20th century), U.S. educator, child development specialist. The Learning Child, "Parent and Child During the Intermediate Years," (1972).
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