SEL

SEL should be an easy sell for U.S. schools and districts


We can no longer afford to ignore the power of SEL to help create safe and nurturing learning environments

In light of tragic events that have put a spotlight on school safety issues, it’s more important than ever to understand the value of students’ social and emotional learning (SEL). While many districts have started conversations about SEL and its correlation to student success, it’s time to start acting.

The majority of students face daunting socioeconomic and emotional pressures. An alarmingly high number of students experience trauma at home, and their
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