The SSLE Essentials professional learning series helps educators and administrators integrate research-based concepts and culturally responsive practices to foster equitable environments in which all students and adults thrive.
A new primer explains social and emotional learning (SEL), culturally responsive and sustaining education (CRSE), and critical race theory (CRT), how each relates to equity issues, and how SEL and CRSE are distinct from the academic framework of CRT.
In case you missed it, view our recent conversation with Dr. Rose Prejean-Harris of Atlanta Public Schools and Regina Timms of the New Mexico Public Education Department who share insights and resources on how they implement, scale, and sustain their work of creating safe and supportive learning environments.
Visit our new Accelerate Learning, Deepen Understanding website for resources on addressing the disruption in student learning due to COVID-19, integrating social and emotional well-being and academic excellence in schools, and more.
With school-based telehealth, students, including those who are underserved, receive instant access to primary and urgent health care, chronic disease management, and more through virtual medical appointments.
Visit the Beyond SEL audio gallery to hear stories of schools using evidence-based practices to promote well-being, connection, and equity in their learning environments. You’ll learn about the role of rituals in physical and mental well-being, how co-creation helps build equity, and much more.