As Election Day approaches and beyond, supportive learning environments that center on SEL and equity can help young people and adults to process, heal, and continue their civic participation. As educators, family members and caregivers, and community partners, we can support young people in working through big questions, processing their emotions, expressing their viewpoints, and taking collective action. Educators and leaders can use the curated guidance below to reflect on their social and emotional competencies and foster a learning environment that supports students and adults in their community.

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The Key to Making Improvements: Ask the Students.
Articles & Briefs The Key to Making Improvements: Ask the Students. CASEL
August 4, 2021
AIR Practices Strategies Recommendations
Reports & Guidance AIR Practices Strategies Recommendations
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