Survey Shows SEL is Critical for K-12 English Learners

Summary:  According to the English Learners Report from McGraw Hill, teachers feel that social-emotional skills are necessary in order for English learners to realize their potential.

Source: Laura Ascione, eSchool News, March 1, 2019

Description: Seventy-five percent of surveyed teachers and 85 percent of surveyed administrators say they are optimistic that K-12 English learners can achieve academic success….The research underscores the growing importance social and emotional learning (SEL) has in classrooms. SEL, while not a core curriculum subject, is frequently considered another essential part of learning because it helps students regulate their own emotions and learn how to respond to social situations and challenges.

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