Social Emotional Learning


The organizations listed below promote young people’s social and emotional learning (SEL) in various ways. Social and emotional skills are important in fostering positive relationships, academic success, and overall wellbeing.

 You can read a report by Charles Smith, Gina McGovern, Reed Larson, Barbara Hillaker, and Stephen C. Peck (1/25/16) on promising practices for supporting youth's social and emotional development here (scroll down and click on "download the fieldguide"). 

The website of the Collaborative on Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) also provides a range of SEL resources, including links to research studies.