Schools Must Intentionally and Actively Integrate Social- Emotional Learning

Young people today face significant challenges – an odd combination of stress and boredom, bullying and biases, the pressures of social media and their peers, and the changing nature of work that demands more education and training – all amid a backdrop of national discord, according toRespected Perspectives of Youth on High School & Social and Emotional Learning, a report for Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL).

The national survey was applied to current (age 14-19) and recent (age 16-22) high school students, including in-depth interviews with students in schools with and without a strong focus on social and emotional learning.

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