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Free digital guide provides practical SEL implementation tools for school leaders

Educators, families and policymakers widely accept that social and emotional learning is an integral part of the educational process — not only for the impact it has on student learning in the classroom, but also for its growing relevance and importance in the workforce. Last month, the National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development at the Aspen Institute released “From a Nation at Risk to A Nation at Hope,” which stresses the need for SEL skills in both schools and the workplace.

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