This article is by guest blogger Jack McDermott of Panorama Education, a company that has worked with many schools to measure social-emotional learning, school climate, and family and community engagement.Source:
Peter DeWitt, Education Week, March 5, 2017Description:
As states finalize new school accountability plans under ESSA, measures of school climate have received increasing attention. Many states have included school climate as a “non-academic” indicator of school quality in their recently drafted plans. Meanwhile, groups of educators and students in states from California to Massachusetts have advocated for better approaches to measuring school climate.
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