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Educators across the nation largely agree that a great emphasis on SEL in school would positively impact virtually all areas of student success, including:

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Attendance and graduation rates
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Academic success and college preparation
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Workforce readiness
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Overall life success

– Bridgeland and Bruce, 2013

Educators agree that nurturing students’ social and emotional well-being will lead to better outcomes.

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of educators ranked SEL resources as the most critical for getting students on track post-pandemic

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of educators cited students’ social and emotional needs as a top concern during the past school year

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said that an integrated approach to SEL in the classroom can improve student outcomes

– HMH’s Educator Confidence Report, 2021

Teachers across the country explained that SEL increases student interest in learning, improves student behavior, prevents and reduces bullying, and improves school climate. In all, more than 75% of teachers believe a larger focus on SEL will be a major benefit to students.

– Bridgeland and Bruce, 2013

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