COVID-19 SEL Supports
As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread in our country, many communities are experiencing a heightened level of fear, anxiety, and worry during these uncertain times particularly as schools attempt to reopen. Parents, educators, youth development professionals, childcare providers, and others are looking for ways to help young people reduce, manage, and cope with the fears, worries and anxieties that might be provoked by this health crisis and continue to develop the social and emotional skills they will need for managing and coping with future life challenges. We’ve compiled a list of resources to support these efforts. Check back periodically, as we will be updating the list.
Upcoming SEL Events
Beyond Talk: Building Tomorrow Together—SEL and Civic Learning for Empowered Youth
Hosted by the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL), the Social & Emotional Learning (SEL) Exchange is a unique and timely national forum for those who are committed to creating caring, productive, and equitable schools and communities that develop the whole child and ensure that all students can thrive. With demand for SEL at an all-time high, now is the time to come together, share what we know, and anchor ourselves in advancing high-quality research, implementation practice, and policies.
Impact of Social Emotional Learning
Educators Value SEL
Teachers are calling for schools to prioritize integrating SEL learning practices and strategies.
Principals Value SEL
Principals say SEL is essential, but want more guidance, training and support to teach these skills effectively.
SEL Yields Returns
On average, for every $1 invested in SEL programming, there is a return of $11.