Help Bring SEL Learning to All Your Schools
As an education administrator, you're often caught in the middle.
You need to balance the needs of students, parents, teachers, taxpayers, regulators, even business owners. Why should social-emotional learning (SEL) get space in your calendar, let alone your schools?
In many ways big and small, SEL smooths the way for all the other initiatives you need to deliver for your students, your schools, and your community.
Administrators play a huge role in guiding kids’ social and emotional development. Our EQuip Our Kids! campaign is here to mobilize public support for this game-changing cause.
Read on for ways that, together, we can advocate for social-emotional learning to help all kids succeed in every aspect of life. Here’s a a list of Resources to familiarize yourself better with social-emotional learning from a professional perspective.
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Working With Teachers, Parents and the Public
As long as there has been universal general education in the United States, schools have been forced to balance competing influences that impact the classroom.
As an education administrator, you see these struggles every day as you balance the needs of different stakeholders in your building or district.
Here are some common objections you might hear regarding SEL and ways for you to turn objections into dialogue. For backup information support scroll over our WHY EQ & SEL tab in the menu bar above.