Social and emotional learning is catching the attention of educational foundations, schools, education leaders and researchers from around the country. The resources below offer some of the best and most current resources available on social and emotional learning.
In October 2019, The Wallace Foundation and America’s Promise Alliance hosted a day-long event in Chicago to address the challenges of teaching social and emotional skills to young people in out-of-school time programs.
The most comprehensive study of social and emotional learning implementation to date offers early lessons for schools and out-of-school-time programs on how to carry out high-quality social and emotional learning instruction.
The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) defined SEL more than two decades ago. Today, we collaborate with leading experts and support districts, schools, and states nationwide to drive research, guide practice, and inform policy.
In partnership with schools and districts, CASEL has documented, field-tested and refined a strategic, collaborative process for implementing SEL.
RAND Education and Labor conducts rigorous, objective research to help decisionmakers and practitioners find solutions to education and labor market challenges.
RAND researchers present results from a spring 2019 survey of a nationally representative sample of kindergarten through grade 12 (K–12) public school teachers about their approaches to supporting students’ social and emotional learning (SEL) and the factors that might influence those approaches. The authors explore teachers’ SEL practices, including both classroom- and school-level approaches. The authors also examine teachers’ beliefs about SEL, their emotional well-being, professional development related to SEL, school-level supports for SEL, and district and state SEL standards.
The Aspen Institute National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development is uniting leaders to re-envision what constitutes success in our schools. With the help of teachers, parents, and students in communities across the country, the Commission will explore how schools can fully integrate social, emotional, and academic development to support the whole student.
Our commitment to change the odds for children guides each interaction we have — we directly serve over 5,500 children and family members through our nationally acclaimed Momentous School, serving ages 3 years old through 5th grade, and strengths-based Therapeutic Services, tailored to the specific needs of each child and their family situation.