One Large School District’s Quest to Bolster Social-Emotional Learning

A School System That Usually Writes Its Own Curricula Decides to Purchase SEL Content

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When the Howard County, Md., school system decided to launch a social-emotional learning initiative for elementary grades, the district did its homework.

What they soon learned is that school districts all over the country are also trying to figure out how to incorporate this emerging priority into their instructional days.Lisa Davis 

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