The following is a curated list of resources selected by CASEL staff that focuses on social and emotional learning for college and career readiness.
CASEL’s 2018 survey of high school students and recent graduates, Respected, found that less than half of recent graduates felt prepared for success after high school only 41% felt prepared for a job or career.
Articles and Book Chapters
Beland, K. (2007). Boosting social and emotional competence. Educational Leadership, 64(7), 68-71. View the article
Burns, J., Mattern, K., Naemi, B. D., & Roberts, R. D. (Eds.) (2017). Building better students: Preparation for the workforce. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
American Institutes for Research. (2015). Ready for work?: How afterschool programs can support employability through social and emotional learning. Chicago: Author. View the report
Belfield, C., Bowden, B., Klapp, A., Levin, H., Shand, R., & Zander, S. (2015). The economic value of social and emotional learning. New York: Center for Benefit-Cost Studies in Education. View the report
Dymnicki, A., Sambolt, M., & Kidron, Y. (2013). Improving college and career readiness by incorporating social and emotional learning. Washington DC: American Institutes for Research College & Career Readiness and Success Center. View the report
Gabrieli, C., Ansel, D., & Krachman, S. B. (2015). Ready to be counted: The research case for education policy action on non-cognitive skills. Boston: Transforming Education. View the report
Johnson, H. & Weiner, R. (2017) This time, with feeling: Integrating social and emotional development and college- and career-readiness standards. New York: Aspen Institute. View the report
American Institutes for Research (2016). Social and emotional learning explained: How SEL helps students in college, career, and life. Washington, DC: Author. Watch the video