During the spring of 2022, Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) teachers participated in a professional learning community focused on using high-quality SEL assessment data to guide their social-emotional learning (SEL) practices. As a result, in three short months, student SEL measurably improved.
Lancaster School District in California (LancSD) shares the district’s social and emotional learning (SEL) equity journey shifting the focus from punitive consequences to nurturing social-emotional learning skills. With the assistance of xSEL Labs, LancSD has become a regional leader in SEL implementation and equity practices.
Leading up to the 2020-2021 school year, Distinctive Schools planned to introduce an SEL curriculum and began assessing students’ SEL strengths and needs across all campuses. They entered into an intentional process that engaged multiple stakeholders to advise the selection of an SEL curriculum and assessment that aligned with each other and the CASEL framework.
Mineola UFSD was implementing a mindset-focused combination of social-emotional learning (SEL) programs but had no way to know how students were progressing with SEL skill development. Learn how they used SELweb to assess SEL competencies and inform data-informed instruction.
Glencoe District 35 wanted to better understand the social networks in its classrooms and gauge students’ social and emotional learning (SEL) strengths and needs. Learn about their journey to gather, analyze and act on SEL data.