Measuring Elementary School Students' Social and Emotional Skills: Providing Educators with Tools to Measure and Monitor Social and Emotional Skills that Lead to Academic Success

Describes and presents the collaborative work undertaken in Bridgeport Connecticut by the Tauck Family Foundation and Child Trends in creating tools that schools and youth serving organizations can use to assess, monitor and strengthen students' social and emotional learning (SEL) skills as a strategy for supporting their academic success. This tool is meant is be accessible and used by educators across the country interested in improving SEL support to students.

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Tauck Family Foundation, Child Trends

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