How can we channel the enthusiasm for SEL into a sustainable movement that supports a civil society?

Key takeaways included:

  • To prepare students to participate in democracy, educators must empower them to take charge of their own learning.
  • SEL is bipartisan. It’s not a red-state or blue-state issue, but a commonsense approach to education and youth development.
  • Reflecting on past education initiatives that failed to produce hoped-for gains, panelists noted that success of the SEL movement will depend upon buy-in from those “on the ground” doing the work: teachers, school staff, parents, and community partners.

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