Resilience more important than academic learning in real life

A study from Spain, published in Frontiers of  Psychology and reported in EurekAlert!, has determined that self-regulation and resilience are more important to life success than are academic achievement.  Are these skills taught regularly in schools?  Having just completed several workshops on Resilience here, I would say that they aren’t part of the regular curriculum.  Your thoughts?

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