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Executive Function and Self-Regulation: Long Term Education and Wellbeing Outcomes 

Investment in the early years pays off in multiple ways, yielding long-term benefits at the child and family, community, and national levels.

In this research article, Kate Crowe, ISQ School Services Advisor, and Rebecca McKinnon, ISQ School Services Manager, delve into executive function and its relevance to learning and education. They unpack the importance of equipping educators with actionable insights to support executive function and self-regulation.

As we navigate the complexities of early childhood development, informed by research and strategic investments, schools can foster environments that promote resilience, wellness, and lifelong learning for all children. By leveraging data-driven insights, independent schools in Queensland can serve as beacons of excellence in nurturing the potential of every child, regardless of their background or circumstances.

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