Supporting Social, Emotional, & Academic Development (2018)

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Supporting Social, Emotional, & Academic Development 

Authors: Elaine M. Allensworth, Camille A. Farrington, Molly F. Gordon, David W. Johnson, Kylie Klein, Bronwyn McDaniel, and Jenny Nagaoka

UChicago Consortium on School Research

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Over the last decade, dramatic changes have taken place in the education sector that have tremendous potential for improving outcomes for all students—and for changing the profession of teaching. Significant advances in our understanding of how children’s brains grow and develop have propelled our growing appreciation of the critical role that social-emotional skills play in learning. There is also increasing recognition of the importance of students’ identity development, agency, and socially-valued competencies, along with their academic skills, for long-term success.


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