Given the stress and uncertainty of the last 18 months, we wanted to learn how students were affected and what school districts are doing to incorporate Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) into their curriculum. To do this, we decided to conduct the second edition of a Social and Emotional Learning survey we originally did in 2018. This time, we surveyed parents, educators, and administrators to learn about their familiarity with SEL and how it can help students process COVID-related trauma.
Here are four things we learned from this year’s report:
- Educators’ familiarity with SEL has increased from 83% to 94% since 2018.