Equity & Social and Emotional Learning: A Cultural Analysis
Authors: Robert J. Jagers, Deborah Rivas-Drake,
Below is an excerpt. Click to access "Equity & Social and Emotional Learning: A Cultural Analysis".
Social and emotional learning (SEL) has the potential to help mitigate the interrelated legacies of racial and class oppression in the U.S. and globally. Currently, that potential is underrealized. In this brief, we outline how CASEL’s core SEL competencies reflect issues of equity, highlight programs and practices that support the development of these competencies to promotes educational equity, and offer some implications for the growing demand for SEL assessments.
Share this post
- Tags: SEL-Equity