Exploring the Role of Social-Emotional Learning in Student Success
The forum will explore the role that social-emotional learning plays in supporting young people's academic achievement and well-being. Experts will present the latest research on measuring social-emotional outcomes.
School district leaders will talk about emerging practices at the district, school, and instructional levels, including perspectives from the CORE initiative, the charter school movement, and the expanded learning field.
The forum will close with opportunities for the audience to discuss policy implications and hear reactions from policymakers and researchers.
- Jonathan P. Raymond, Former President, The Stuart Foundation
- Hilary Rhodes, Former Senior Research and Evaluation Officer, The Wallace Foundation
With representatives from CORE Districts, KIPP Public Charter Schools, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, John W. Gardner Center at Stanford University, Education Trust–West, the California State Board of Education, and the California Senate Education Committee.