Social-emotional learning (SEL) programs are more likely to be successful with all students when they are grounded in strategies that promote equity. Equity means ‘leveling the playing field’ and creating a culture where all students feel fully included, respected, represented, and valued. Here are a few strategies that start in the classroom.
Content excerpted from our blog post, Want to build an equitable classroom? Start with social-emotional learning (SEL).
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