Social and emotional learning (SEL) is often overlooked for middle and high school students. However, many districts are acknowledging the critical importance of SEL to help all students thrive in high school and beyond. Join this webinar to hear from Boston Public Schools and Worcester Public Schools on their holistic approach to student success.
This webinar will cover how to:
- Improve attendance, behavior, and course performance through a whole child approach
- Identify students’ social emotional needs to target interventions more effectively and improve academic achievement
- Support the transition from middle school to high school with a holistic picture of students’ social, emotional, and academic experiences and needs
- Keep a pulse on students’ social-emotional well-being and other needs during remote learning and the COVID-19 pandemic
- Support students to reach your community’s portrait of a graduate vision and their own college and career plans
Monica Hogan, Interim Executive Director, Data and Accountability, Boston Public Schools
Cathy Knowles, Liaison for College and Career Readiness, Worcester Public Schools
David Fisher, Secondary Schools Analyst, Office of Data and Accountability, Boston Public Schools
Nicole Mickle, Account Director, Panorama Education
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