Some research has shown that supporting social and emotional learning can improve grades and outcomes for students. However, an Education Week survey finds that teachers may not have the necessary skills to support this effort, with 43% reporting they struggle to identify ways to help students who face problems outside of school.
Do teachers have skills to support SEL?
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