Social-Emotional Learning has Never Been More Important

As our world grows more complicated and connected, SEL, mental health, and wellness are needed more than ever in daily lessons and overall school culture. We believe corporations have a special responsibility to come together in support of holistic educational opportunities designed to empower individuals and communities.

The current state of SEL education

Less than one in four teachers say SEL is implemented in their school on a programmatic, schoolwide basis.

— From a recent report by Civic with Hart Research Associates

Join us as we partner with school districts to foster social and emotional growth to prepare all students for their brightest futures.

5 Pillars of the Social-Emotional Learning Coalition

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Equitable Access

Reduce barriers to critical SEL resources and professional learning resources for every child, teacher, advocate, and parent.

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Integration for all Learning Environments

Support professional learning and core instruction that infuse SEL across content areas; into classrooms and beyond.

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Quality Content

Provide a rich digital platform of high-quality, vetted, up-to-date, and actionable SEL resources for use in today's world.

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Thought Leadership

Foster an engaged coalition of public, private, and philanthropic partners that exchange ideas and catalyze access to SEL at scale.

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Commitment to Impact

Measure the reach and impact of SEL resources for educators, practitioners, and young people.

About The Mission

Explore New Resources for Educators

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Activating SEL in Class

Dive right into core social-emotional competencies with a variety of ready-to-use classroom activities. These interactive resources help students apply SEL skills and strategies to enhance their everyday lives.

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Educator Perspectives

Find out how fellow educators are using Social-Emotional Learning to develop the whole child. Watch a three-part Master Class video series with perspectives from elementary, middle, and high school teachers.

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Making Human Rights Connections

Help students establish a foundation of empathy and respect for others using practical social-emotional skills and strategies. Empower students to engage with their community and world using thought-provoking instructional resources.

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