This article reports on the results of an SEL survey given by the CORE districts in California. These results show trends in students' perceptions based on socio-economic groups as well as grade levels.Source:
Linda Jacobson, Education DIVE, June 21, 2018Description:
"Students’ reports of whether they have developed a growth mindset continue to climb steadily throughout their K-12 years, but their assessments of their social awareness skills and feelings of self-efficacy drop sharply beginning in middle school, according to a recent analysis of the results of a social-emotional learning (SEL) survey that the California Office for Reform Education (CORE) administered to its more than 1 million students attending eight urban school systems."
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