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Why SEL is a Must-Have Not a Nice to Have

6 Benefits of Social and Emotional Learning for K-12 School Districts & Students
Colleen Potter
February 27, 2024

Social and emotional learning (SEL) plays an important role in student development and is increasingly becoming a top priority for school districts across the United States. SEL not only contributes to academic success but also promotes holistic development, preparing students to thrive academically, socially, and emotionally in school and beyond.

This infographic shares six reasons why SEL is a must-have not a nice to have, and why school districts should prioritize SEL implementation.

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Colleen Potter

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