We know that SEL is essential for students to thrive in school and in life. It is critical that we have data that accurately identify essential SEL student and adult skills. Ultimately these data must inform our policies, improve our climate, and inspire our practices to ensure equitable outcomes for all.
– Eric Moore, Chief of Accountability, Innovation and Research, Minneapolis Public Schools
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By: Rafiqah Mustafaa and Kate Diamond Last week’s blog post highlighted Guilford County Schools’ strategic planning process during the “Organize” phase of systemic social and emotional learning (SEL) implementation. Once planned, a district enters the “Implement” stage in consistently documenting efforts and monitoring the implementation process to address challenges that arise. A key feature within this stage of continuous improvement…