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This report offers a fresh perspective on aligning the multiple education initiatives across California through a whole-child lens. With insights into how initiatives like Community Schools, Expanded Learning, MTSS, PBIS, and SEL can be viewed through a holistic lens, this report aims to spark conversations and inspire actions that bring us closer to a unified approach to education in California.

For Educators, School & District Leadership

In their annual education survey, PPIC examines Californians perceptions of the state’s K–12 system, local public schools, post-pandemic recovery, school funding, decisions on curriculum, and early childhood education.

A state budget deficit is changing the fiscal outlook for California public schools while declining enrollment is raising issues about future finances. Later in the year, voters may be deciding on local school bonds and parcel taxes.

For Policymakers, School & District Leadership

The California Children’s Report Card grades the State on its ability to support better outcomes for kids, from prenatal to age 26. Each grade is based on the State’s progress (or lack thereof) on passing and implementing state-level policies and making investments in the supports and services needed for all kids to reach their full potential. The Pro-Kid Agenda provides recommendations to the state’s leaders on how to improve outcomes for kids in each section.

For Educators, Families, Policymakers, School & District Leadership

This report for CASEL underscores a profound disconnect between what states require teachers to know about SEL and
what colleges and universities offer them. The implications for good teaching, and for the implementation of
SEL in particular, make it clear there’s serious work to be done.

For Educators, Policymakers, School & District Leadership

Since 2011, State of the Heart has been the worlds largest study of emotional intelligence. The 2024 edition finds that we’re in an emotional recession.

For Educators, Families, School & District Leadership

The secondary edition of the Strengthening Coherence Across Initiatives report explores:

  • Why the rapid pace of adolescent brain development makes relationship-based, experience-rich learning environments so essential,
  • How complementary whole-child practices are embedded in California’s secondary initiatives, and
  • Where there is work to be done to better support young people in this critical stage of development.
For Educators, School & District Leadership

This report offers a fresh perspective on aligning the multiple education initiatives across California through a whole-child lens. With insights into how initiatives like Community Schools, Expanded Learning, MTSS, PBIS, and SEL can be viewed through a holistic lens, this report aims to spark conversations and inspire actions that bring us closer to a unified approach to education in California.

For Educators, School & District Leadership

Research shows that well-implemented, evidence-based SEL programs are the most effective way to support young people’s success and well-being in school and beyond. Use this guide to determine your SEL team and goals, connect your needs to CASEL metrics, and identify and compare SEL programs.

For Educators, School & District Leadership

High profile acts of mass violence, particularly in schools, can confuse and frighten children and youth who may feel in danger or worry that their friends or loved ones are at risk. They will look to adults for information and guidance on how to react. Caregivers and school personnel have a responsibility to help children and youth feel safe by establishing a sense of normalcy and security, reinforcing their natural resilience, and talking with them about their fears.

For Educators, Families, School & District Leadership

This series of nine webinars helps music educators better understand how to elevate the lived experience, voices, and cultural assets of their students through the development of exemplary music education practices and approaches. The series is designed to activate the SEL competencies of self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making through the artistic processes of create, perform, respond, and connect.

For Educators