This article shows a superintendent's view of the importance of social-emotional learning. Berman says "Social and emotional learning has been pivotal in improving not only school climate, but also student academic performance, teacher morale, and students' sense of connectedness to school."Source:
Sheldon Berman, Education Week, May 23, 2018Description:
"Through their experience with social and emotional learning, students begin to understand the meaning of the common good, appreciate the impact of their actions on those around them, and develop a sense of relatedness to and responsibility for the larger human community. It is the bridge to socially responsible citizenship."Read the full article here!