In 2011, CASEL launched the Collaborating Districts Initiative (CDI) to study whether it was possible to implement SEL systemically in large, urban districts across the United States. Systemic SEL implementation is more pervasive and complex than the introduction of a single lesson or class period. It permeates all aspects of the district from classroom instruction and school climate to staffing, professional learning, district policies, family engagement, and more.
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Reports & Guidance Emerging Insights: Advancing Social and Emotional Learning as a Lever for Equity and Excellence CASELAugust 1, 2020
Reports & Guidance Building Equitable Learning Environments (BELE) Framework BELEJune 10, 2020
- How Does SEL Support Equity?