Together We Are Stronger

Through a growing network of dynamic industry partners, the Social-Emotional Learning Coalition strives to represent a diverse spectrum of perspectives and lead the way to more connected classrooms and communities. Our partners share a mutual passion for bringing critical, culturally relevant social-emotional learning resources into core instruction to support educators and students nationwide.

Signature Partners

These likeminded organizations are helping Discovery Education amplify social-emotional competencies for learners of every kind through the Social-Emotional Learning Coalition.


Since 1952, The Allstate Foundation has led national programs, partnered with national organizations, and offered grants to local nonprofits to create innovative, long-term solutions for those in need. The Allstate Foundation aims to create prosperous communities where people are inspired and empowered to fulfill their hopes and dreams. The Allstate Foundation’s youth empowerment program helps give today’s youth the knowledge, attitude and skills to achieve academic success and become leaders in their community—and our world.

National AfterSchool Association

National AfterSchool Association (NAA) is the membership association for professionals who work with children and youth in diverse school and community-based settings to provide a wide variety of extended learning opportunities and care during out-of-school hours. The National AfterSchool Association is the voice of the afterschool profession. NAA’s mission is to promote development, provide education and encourage advocacy for the out-of-school-time community to further the afterschool profession.

Ask, Listen, Learn

Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix was developed by, alongside a team of educators and organizations specializing in elementary and middle schoolers. Ask, Listen, Learn is a no-cost digital underage substance misuse prevention program for kids ages 9-13 (grades 4-7) and their parents and educators, with the goal to reduce risky behaviors like underage drinking and marijuana use. The program guides adults with ways to start communicating with kids about the effects of alcohol and cannabis on the developing brain, as part of a continuing lifetime of conversations. Both science and evidence-based, Ask, Listen, Learn is the most widely distributed underage drinking program of its kind.

"Now more than ever, it’s important to have meaningful and challenging conversations about issues that impact every facet of life."
Karen Robinson
Director of Speak Truth To Power,
Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights