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<p>Third-graders at the Tobin School participate in an Open Circle lesson. Students were joined by Pamela Audeh from the Center for Community Health and Health Equity at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Catherine Fine from the Division of Violence Prevention at the Boston Public Health Commission,Tobin Principal Efrain Toledano, third-grade teacher Brian Fizer and Maggie Corcoran from Partners Community Health at Partners HealthCare. </p>

Third-graders at the Tobin School participate in an Open Circle lesson. Students were joined by Pamela Audeh from the Center for Community Health and Health Equity at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Catherine Fine from the Division of Violence Prevention at the Boston Public Health Commission,Tobin Principal Efrain Toledano, third-grade teacher Brian Fizer and Maggie Corcoran from Partners Community Health at Partners HealthCare.

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Partners shares the value of social and emotional learning with Open Circle

As children across Boston move forward into a new school year, opportunities to participate in social and emotional learning are available to thousands of students in dozens of Boston Public Schools member schools. Partners HealthCare and its founding hospitals — Brigham and Women’s and Massachusetts General Hospital — are entering into the second year of their commitment to bring Open Circle — an exciting, nationally known curriculum — to the children of Boston.