Committee for Children Blog
Middle school and high school students both need social-emotional learning

High Schoolers Voice the Value of Social-Emotional Learning: Middle School SEL Matters

Researchers’ emphasis on the middle and high school years as a critical period for developing adolescents’ social and emotional competencies is echoed by secondary students themselves, who say even more about why social-emotional learning (SEL) should be at the forefront of middle and high school education.… Read More


Committee for Children celebrates 40 years

Our Legacy, Our Future

Committee for Children’s Executive Director, Joan Cole Duffell, shares the nonprofit’s grassroots beginnings, its audacious ambitions for the future, and why social-emotional learning (SEL) is more important than ever. … Read More