Drive Student Achievement through Social and Emotional Learning

New under ESSA, Title IV refines the previous Titles IV and V, supporting funding that promotes the use of technology and opportunities that provide youth development activities, workplace readiness programs, counseling, STEM programs, and more.

Research shows that social and emotional learning (SEL) and building resiliency have a positive impact on students’ academic performance and their life beyond the classroom. When students understand their purpose for being in school, the learning dynamic shifts, teachers experience improved classroom management, and students build a clear path to achieving better outcomes. Learning to cooperate, communicate, and resolve conflicts is an integral part of preparing a student for success in the modern workplace.

Social/Emotional Learning

Integrating Character Development as an Important Educational Step

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Encourage an Interest in STEAM through Experiential Learning

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