At the end of 2019, Atlanta Public Schools began using improvement science to support social and emotional learning in their schools. A pandemic with no predictable playbook soon tested their approach.
This popular resource explains social and emotional learning (SEL), culturally responsive and sustaining education (CRSE), and critical race theory (CRT)—and explores how each relates to equity issues and how SEL and CRSE are distinct from the academic framework of CRT.
Mindfulness-based practices can increase two key social and emotional learning skills: self-awareness and self-management. One of our most downloaded briefs of last year, this resource offers practical strategies for bringing mindfulness into the classroom.
Two North Dakota school districts are making strides with SEL. This case study describes each district’s whole-person approach to learning, successful SEL strategies, and how their school communities benefit beyond just student achievement.
In this webinar, district leaders share their experiences implementing evidence-based practices and data-driven continuous improvement processes for SEL, school climate, and other whole-person initiatives.
Visit the Beyond SEL audio gallery for stories about schools using evidence-based practices to boost well-being, connection, and equity. Learn about the role of rituals in physical and mental well-being, how co-creation helps build equity, and more.
Discover the unique ways that mentoring programs can help develop teacher SEL, strengthen school-based relationships, and support effective instruction. Plus, find out how teacher SEL improves school and classroom culture.