Effective ways to develop social competence, academic performance, and educator well-being
Tuesday, December 14 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET
Schools and communities across the country continue to wrestle with the impact of COVID as they stay committed to supporting our students and educators. SEL is considered critical to raising healthy, more productive, self-aware citizens outside the classroom.
With 27 states now adopting SEL standards, evidence for SEL effectiveness in developing social competence, academic performance, and educator well-being is strong, but implementation challenges still remain.
Join us for a dynamic dialogue between public-private partners and district leaders around the ongoing need for SEL support and solutions that are resonating in K-12 public schools.
A diverse panel of experts will reflect on the lessons learned, the impact felt, and share the current strategies and resources that support students and educators’ well-being.
Director of Communications
Dr. Edwin Quezada
Yonkers Public Schools, New York
Mizzen by Mott
President and CEO
National AfterSchool Association