Superintendents and experts were in a Washington, D.C., suburb this week for the AASA | The School Superintendents Association Fall 2019 Social and Emotional Learning Cohort meeting where they looked at how SEL could be implemented in their schools and districts. This article names four strategies that would be helpful in SEL integration.Source:
Naaz Modan, Education DIVE, October 16, 2019Description:
Superintendents and others highlighted what schools can do to expand social-emotional initiatives, including positive messaging and culturally inclusive practices. The four practices that were suggested by superintendents are:  Make SEL practices culturally considerate for far-reaching impact,  Get stakeholder buy-in, especially in initial stages,  Start by educating the educators, and  Shift language to establish a formative narrative. Read the full article here!