Educators recognize that social-emotional learning (SEL) is an important component of academic achievement and success. When students feel safe and supported, they’re more engaged with their learning and more open to connecting with their teachers and peers. SEL programs strengthen a student’s readiness for learning and cultivate their ability to engage with academic content.
This Special Report will
- Address considerations and best practices for schools and districts as they work to identify and build a cohesive, robust, and accessible SEL implementation plan
- Outline the key components of effective SEL learning strategies and steps that districts can take immediately to empower their students with meaningful and productive social-emotional learning
- Discuss Apex Learning’s approach to social-emotional curriculum with Suite360 and how it aligns with these best practices.