There’s a lot of talk about social and emotional learning (SEL) these days, and rightfully so. After 12+ months of life in a global pandemic, students report that their intellectual, emotional, and social well-being is less than good. And that’s only part of the problem: between 2012 and 2018, self-reported depressive symptoms in teenagers aged 13-18 years in the US increased by 20%. Over the past two decades, suicide rates among 15-19-year-olds have gone up by 47%. Between 40%-60% of students become chronically disengaged by school by the time they reach high......
There is no doubt that schools need to be prioritizing social and emotional learning right now....Continue Reading
These are the show notes for the first-ever #PEChat Radio Hour: a live, interactive podcast interview...Continue Reading