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COVID-19 Learning Gap: Opportunities for Educational Re-invention

By Kameryn Point,  American Youth Policy Forum While the COVID-19 pandemic has created significant learning gaps for students nationwide, youth impacted by systemic inequities were disproportionately affected, which exacerbated disparities that already existed within our education systems. Educators are now challenged to meet students where they are, while simultaneously addressing the learning gap created by […]

[Webinar] Social and Emotional Learning: Exploring Models and Strategies for Mentoring Programs

Date: May 20, 2021 1:00 PM EST In this month’s collaborative mentoring webinar series, MENTOR will be hosting a panel to discuss how social and emotional learning (SEL) can be incorporated into mentoring programs.   The panelists will also discuss ways that mentors, mentees, parents, and staff can get involved in the curriculum-building process.  To register […]

Transformative SEL as a Lever for Equity & Social Justice

By the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL)   CASEL is committed to advancing equity and excellence in education through social and emotional learning (SEL). CASEL’s definition and framework for SEL provides a foundation for all communities to use evidence-based SEL strategies to advance the goals of equity and excellence in ways that […]