On Mar. 26, thousands of educators, students, community organizers, and individuals celebrated the second annual International SEL Day by showcasing, promoting, advocating and supporting SEL around the globe.

Save the date

March 11, 2022

We’re looking forward to building on the fantastic success of SEL Day 2021 with an even broader showing next year. To that end, we want to ensure that our next #SELday is as inclusive as possible. We understand that late March is a common time for spring break at many schools across the United States. Therefore, we’ll be celebrating a bit earlier this year—March 11, 2022. Mark the date on your calendar and stay tuned for more information to come!

ON Social Media

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Over 12 million views from over 8,000 mentions of #SELday

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Likes across social media

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Trending on Twitter

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3.1k

Participants

2.5k

Schools, districts and organizations represented

69

Countries

50

U.S. States

Impact

U.S. Congressional Record

SEL Day was also recognized in the U.S. Congressional Record thanks to Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan. We are so grateful to Congressman Ryan for his ongoing leadership for SEL!
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7 State Proclamations

Governors in seven states—Connecticut, Delaware, Nevada, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Vermont—declared March 26, 2021 SEL Day. In addition, several cities and school boards issued proclamations and resolutions, including: NJ State Board of Education, City of Houston, City of Austin, City of Hackensack, Bloomfield NJ schools, and Roselle NJ schools. We appreciate the advocates that helped bring this attention to SEL in their states!

Celebrating #SELday Badge Earners

Congratulations to the 145 people who earned 475 #SELday badges for their efforts to showcase, promote, advocate, and support SEL!
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Advocates

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Supporters

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