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Infographic: Integrating a focus on equity into social and emotional learning

Integrating equity into social and emotional learning

January 17, 2019

Educators are embracing social and emotional learning (SEL) as a way to support the whole child and equip students for success. Rigorous research shows that SEL can lead to improved academic achievement, employment, health, and well-being. But differences and inequities, such as disabilities, poverty, and discrimination, can pose barriers to children’s social and emotional development. This REL Midwest infographic highlights strategies for grounding SEL in a focus on equity to help promote the conditions that enable all children to build on their unique assets and reach their full potential.

Download the full infographic. [112 KB PDF icon ]

To explore more research on SEL and equity, see the companion Ask A REL response.

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