Schools and athletic teams are starting to see the power of social-emotional learning (SEL). Districts implementing SEL programs report decreased discipline referrals, suspensions, and bullying. Additionally, they’re seeing increases in academic achievement and social skills. If you’re on the fence about whether or not to implement an SEL program, check out these success stories from school districts that have seen the benefits firsthand.
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