Is Your State Prioritizing Students' Social, Emotional, and Academic Development

Highlights the need to broaden the focus on supporting social and emotional learning to creating systemic changes that equitably integrate efforts to support social, emotional, and academic development. The report identifies six key policy areas critical to integrating efforts to holistically support both social and emotional needs and academic learning for students.

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