Everyone seems to be on board with SEL initiatives and programming.  The quality of such programs and efforts need to be monitored closely, highlights the report from Tyton partners.  In the forward of the report Melissa Melissa Schlinger, Vice President of Programs and Practice at the CASEL organization concludes that “The question is no longer whether SEL is important—it is how we will best implement SEL as an essential part of PreK-12th grade education that supports equity and excellence for all students. .

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