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The View of Social and Emotional Learning from the Principal’s Office

Last month, CASEL released an important report, Ready to Lead (2019 update), about principals’ views of social and emotional learning. That report closely followed the release of a report by the RAND corporation focused on teachers’ and principals’ views of …

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Consumer’s Guide to Social and Emotional Assessment, Part II: Reliability and Its Consequences

This is the second part in our blog series about how to evaluate the merits of an SEL assessment. The last post provided an overview of judging whether an assessment is up to the task. Upcoming blog posts will demystify …

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Consumer’s Guide to Social and Emotional Assessment, Part I: How To Know if an Assessment is Up to Snuff

A Consumer’s Guide to Social and Emotional Assessment Before getting into the business of assessing student social and emotional competence, most people would agree that it is wise to critically evaluate assessment options. Here’s the catch: Most people don’t have …

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