Selecting Assessments and Programs to Support High-Quality SEL for Youth and Adults
While research has shown that social-emotional learning (SEL) increases positive social behavior and academic success, student outcomes vary greatly based on the programs that schools adopt and implement.
As with any program or curriculum adoption, it’s important to closely review and evaluate SEL programs to make sure they fit the unique needs of your school or district, as well as all key stakeholders.
This whitepaper covers:
- Key characteristics of an effective adult and youth SEL program
- How to use universal SEB screening data to support equity
- Tools that can guide the development of social-emotional competencies for youth and adults
- The importance of systematic SEL