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Social and Emotional Learning Guide

Date Added: 

April 12, 2022
Social and Emotional Learning Guide

ExpandED Schools and Every Hour Counts have been working to apply an equity lens to Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) since before 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic and spate of racially motivated crimes unleashed a national conversation about the connection between systemic racism and the myriad ways oureducation system and youth programs overlook the essential needs of Black and Brown children. In 2016, withgenerous support from the New York Life Foundation, ExpandED and Every Hour Counts launched the National SEL Demonstration Initiative with the aim of promoting and disseminating SEL practices with an embedded equity lens to partners across the country. To date, the initiative has delivered learning opportunities to more than 300 educators, reaching over 4,000 middle school students in five cities: Dallas; Madison, Wisconsin; Omaha, Nebraska; Providence, Rhode Island; and New York City.

This Social and Emotional Learning Toolkit draws from winning strategies identified and put to use by the following partnering organizations: Dallas Afterschool, Madison Out of School Time (MOST), Collective for Youth in Omaha, Providence After School Alliance (PASA) and ExpandED Schools in New York City.

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Guidebooks & Toolkits, Webinars

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