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BAGHDAD, July 23 (Xinhua) -- Iraqi government and security forces have received some 350 civilians fleeing the rule of Islamic State (IS) in the western province of Anbar, a police source said on Sunday.


The civilians have arrived in Rutbah, an area in the west of Anbar currently under the control of Iraqi government, Colonel Adel al-Dulaimi of Anbar's Police Command Center told Xinhua.


The refugees came from regions including Anah, Rawah and Qaim, all of which are 200 kilometers away and are still under the IS control.


The civilians paid a large amount of money to the smugglers to walk across a large swath of desert in western Anbar before reaching the government-controlled Rutbah.


Dulaimi said that the health conditions of these civilians were very poor and local government had provided food and medical treatment to them, before resettling them in the camps near Ramadi, the capital of Anbar province.


The bordering towns of Anah, Rawah and Qaim between Iraq and Syria are situated in the northwest of Anbar. More and more Iraqis are fleeing these areas as government forces are approaching.


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Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University advised the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Administration for Children and Families (ACF) on the importance of encouraging students' development of self-regulation, especially for those who are afflicted by the chronic stressors associated with living in poverty.
According to the researchers, stablishing a foundation for [self-regulation] during childhood and adolescence benefits communities and society as a whole by strengthening the workforce, increasing economic stability, and reducing costs for human services, medical care, and the justice system."
The researchers define self-regulation as "the act of managing one's thoughts and feelings to engage in goal-directed actions such as organizing behavior, controlling impulses, and solving problems constructively." They say the definition of self-regulation includes the currently popular buzzword "grit" while also being coupled with behaviors like self-control.
Educators and similar mentors, the researchers say, are important individuals who can use literacy, instruction and reinforcement to encourage self-regulation development. Though foundational self-regulation skills begin during a child's earliest years, they suggest that educators across all grade levels are important because "all people have the capacity to develop these skills with effective instruction, suggesting multiple opportunities for intervention across development."
In order to best provide students with self-regulation skills, the researchers recommend warm and responsive caregiving coupled with direct skills instruction.
For this reason, they recommend that the ACF partner with the Department of Education to use schools as implementation settings in order to best benefit "the populations ACF targets," which is youth living in adversity.


Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University advised the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Administration for Children and Families (ACF) on the importance of encouraging students' development of self-regulation, especially for those who are afflicted by the chronic stressors associated with living in poverty.
According to the researchers, stablishing a foundation for [self-regulation] during childhood and adolescence benefits communities and society as a whole by strengthening the workforce, increasing economic stability, and reducing costs for human services, medical care, and the justice system."
The researchers define self-regulation as "the act of managing one's thoughts and feelings to engage in goal-directed actions such as organizing behavior, controlling impulses, and solving problems constructively." They say the definition of self-regulation includes the currently popular buzzword "grit" while also being coupled with behaviors like self-control.
Educators and similar mentors, the researchers say, are important individuals who can use literacy, instruction and reinforcement to encourage self-regulation development. Though foundational self-regulation skills begin during a child's earliest years, they suggest that educators across all grade levels are important because "all people have the capacity to develop these skills with effective instruction, suggesting multiple opportunities for intervention across development."
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