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After experiencing a traumatic series of events, a Utah community identified six action areas to help prevent suicide—and the results are positive.
In partnership with the Afterschool Alliance, we take a look at how continued social-emotional instruction in out-of-school-time programs positively affects kids and how state policies support them.
Transitions are hard. Social-emotional learning and supportive environments can help kids manage big feelings that come with change. See how SEL supports students’ transitions to new schools or grades.