This article reports on parents' and students' views on social-emotional learning via the Aspen Institute's "Call to Action" event. The gathering in Washington was a chance for parents and students to weigh in on the efforts to increase attention to social-emotional learning in schools and was another step in the commission’s work as it prepares to make a final report later this year.Source:
Linda Jacobson, Education DIVE, April 6, 2018Description:
"Parents want educators who view students through their strengths instead of their weaknesses, and they want to be involved in schools’ efforts to connect academic learning to students’ social-emotional development — those were among the “calls to action” that a 15-member parent advisory panel presented Friday during a Washington event organized by The Aspen Institute National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development."Read the full article here!