New York has set standards for SEL implementation with the goals of supporting student mental health, improving school connectedness, and fostering better learning environments in grades K-12.
To enable students to take full advantage of educational opportunities and strengthen social emotional development throughout their school experience in grades K-12, and to prepare them for college and/or career, New York has identified goals to guide SEL benchmarks that align with CASEL’s core competencies. These benchmarks are voluntary, but many state schools and districts have used them to guide their programs.
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How can districts become leaders in SEL?
We’ve put together a sample alignment guide to show how seamlessly the New York SEL guidelines align to Move This World’s curriculum objectives. A school or district-wide social and emotional learning curriculum can support all students, staff, and families in your community. Additionally, a Tier 1 approach to SEL helps provide a common language around social and emotional skills so that students, staff, and families can all participate in creating a positive school culture. Contact our team and learn more about bringing social and emotional support to your district.