10 Ways Parents Can Bring Social-Emotional Learning Home

Most educators know that supporting students’ social and emotional wellness is critical to their overall success. We can’t expect students to process information when they’re distracted, hungry, tired or feel unsafe. Now that parents and caregivers are overseeing learning at home, we need to ensure that students continue to build and practice social and emotional skills in meaningful ways, especially when distractions and anxieties from current events and in their personal communities are at an all-time high. Read About the Ten Tips That Families Can Follow to Strengthen SEL at Home

Announcing the Coalition for School Well-Being