Social-Emotional Learning

SEL+OST=Perfect Together: A Conference Report
From the Wallace Foundation: Afterschool, summer and other out-of-school-time programs can be ideal settings for children to learn and build social and emotional well-being—when skilled and trusted adults are there to guide them, according to this conference report. Social and emotional skills—the capacity to work productively with a group, manage feelings well, resolve conflicts satisfactorily and an array of other capabilities—are increasingly recognized as a key to success in modern life. Accordingly, efforts to integrate social and emotional learning (SEL) into the classroom and in afterschool, summer or other out-of-school-time (OST) programs have gotten increasing attention in recent years. Learn More

Keeping Kids Safe and Supported in the Hours After School (May 2014)
The Afterschool Alliance, in partnership with MetLife Foundation, is proud to present the third of four issue briefs in our sixth series examining critical issues facing middle school youth and the vital role afterschool programs play in addressing these issues. This brief explores the variety of ways afterschool programs are keeping middle schoolers safe, getting them engaged in learning, and helping them take advantage of their full potential as they navigate school, peers and their surroundings. Learn More




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