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  • US parents prioritise communication skills
  • US parents prioritise communication skills
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US parents prioritise communication skills

Which skills do parents encourage their kids to prioritise? Maths? Science? Common sense? Actually, new research conducted by Pew suggests that – in America, at least – parents believe ‘soft skills’ like communication and teamwork are the most important.

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