Press Release Little research evidence for, or objective, reliable way to measure SEL’s efficacy; raises significant concerns about student health and privacy
Shane Vander Hart: There is an ongoing conversation about how schools can assess students’ social-emotional learning (SEL) skills, no one is asking whether they should.
J.R. Wilson: There is a good chance social-emotional learning is already embedded in education programs across your state. Is it possible it is embedded in your state’s ESSA plan?
CASEL launched a design challenge to create a tool to help schools measure social-emotional learning in their students, and they announced the 2017 winners.
Please submit comments before MIDNIGHT, MONDAY 2/13 opposing this latest global taxpayer funded psychological data mining scheme of our youngest children.