As Districts Inch Toward Reopening, What Are Their Biggest Social-Emotional Needs?

EdWeek Market Brief's Survey Asked Educators About Their Priorities Supporting Students' Well-Being

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Massive disruptions to schools brought about by the coronavirus pandemic promise to continue into the 2020-21 school year. And that will likely create a big need for social-emotional supports for students.

But what specific kinds of social-emotional learning efforts will school districts most urgently need?

EdWeek Market Brief asked 300 district leaders and 600 teachers¬† in a…

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