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Taking SEL Schoolwide

Doing anything across an entire school or district is never easy. It requires collaboration among diverse and sometimes competing stakeholders. In the case of social-emotional learning, it’s well worth the time and effort, and these tips from an experienced implementer may help.
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Educators Lobby for SEL on Capitol Hill

Thank you to all the educators who joined us on May 14 in D.C. from across the country to advocate for the inclusion of social-emotional learning (SEL) in the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). We also supported a proposed amendment that would define SEL, and more.
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​​Middle School Program Gets Visit from VIP

​​Georgia's First Lady Sandra Deal stopped by Lafayette Middle School to observe students participating in the Second Step program. She said the Second Step program is a great way to teach middle-schoolers how to get along with each other, think about problems and situations, and come up with solutions.
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