District of Columbia School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Social-emotional Learning (SEL)

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District of Columbia School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Social-emotional Learning (SEL)

Category: Prevention, Behavioral Interventions, and Supports
Subcategory: Social-emotional Learning (SEL)
State: District of Columbia

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§ 2-1517.32. Early childhood and school-based behavioral health comprehensive plan.

(a) By March 30, 2013, the Mayor shall submit a comprehensive plan to the Council for the expansion of early childhood and school-based behavioral health programs and services by the 2016-2017 school year. At minimum, the plan shall:

(1) Establish a strategy to enhance behavioral health services in all public schools and public charter schools, including:

(A) The implementation of programs that:

(iii) Promote social and emotional competency in students.

§ 2-1595. Duties.

(b)(1) All programs shall be evidence-based, age-appropriate, and implemented to serve children and their families and shall include:

(C) Social and emotional learning assistance.


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