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2021 Social and Emotional Learning Exchange
The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning defined SEL more than two decades ago. Today, we support states, districts and schools nationwide and convene leading thinkers to ensure SEL is a priority in every school nationwide.
For support in discussing racism and violence against Black, Brown, Asian American, and Indigenous communities. SEL guidance + curated resources
Through research, practice, and policy, we collaborate with thought leaders to equip educators and policymakers with the knowledge and resources to advance social and emotional learning in equitable learning environments so all students can thrive.
Anticipating an update to our most frequently accessed resource, the CASEL Guide to Effective SEL Programs, CASEL has published revised criteria for evidence-based SEL programming. Evidence-Based Social and Emotional Learning Programs: CASEL Criteria Updates and Rationale provides rationale for updates that are planned for release in 2021, reflecting the significant progress the field has made.
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Resources from districts where SEL programs, practices, and policies are working
Guidance for systemic SEL implementation in a school
Sample policies and practices that support SEL
Guidance to choose and use an SEL assessment
Recommendations for selecting a high-quality SEL program
Resources to bring SEL into your home and communities
Research documenting the impact of SEL