Trends in Student Social-Emotional Learning: Evidence From the CORE Districts (2018)

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Authors: Martin R. West, Hans Fricke, Libby Pier

Policy Analysis for California Education

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Amid growing interest from educators and policymakers in supporting students’ social and emotional learning (SEL), this brief describes the development of key social-emotional skills within the CORE districts, a network of urban California school districts that collectively serve more than one million students. Specifically, we use CORE’s unique SEL survey, administered in 2015 and 2016 to nearly 400,000 students in Grades 4–12, to document trends in four SEL constructs: growth mindset, self-efficacy, self-management, and social awareness.

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