SEL programs improve students' well-being, performance, and conduct—and a new research review suggests that these benefits are long-lasting.
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K-12 teachers offer practical—and fun!—ways that social-emotional learning can be integrated into traditional lessons.
School and district leaders share their stories of how they are infusing SEL into everything they do.
New York City's experience with community schools illustrates the possibilities and pitfalls of a new educational model.
Social-emotional learning programs have not traditionally targeted students with psychiatric or developmental disabilities. Here’s why they should.
New research suggests we need to take account of how diverse groups of students view and apply SEL skills.
When taught together, social-emotional learning and mindfulness can have even greater impact on both individuals and the world around us.
Implementing the Common Core doesn’t mean educators have to abandon SEL—in fact, just the opposite might be true.