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Edited: 12/31/2019 1:59 PM
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Matthew Smith
Social-Emotional Learning Research

​I recently came across a blog post that synthesized the evidence for social-emotional learning interventions very well. 

The post narrates how research on the benefits of SEL contributed to greater interest among educators and policymakers on how to integrate SEL and academic approaches.

Studies of interest include a 2012 meta-analysis of 75 studies and a 2015 study that estimated a 11 to 1 return on investment for six different SEL interventions. 



Picture Placeholder: Matthew Smith
  • Matthew Smith
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Matthew Smith

​I recently came across a blog post that synthesized the evidence for social-emotional learning interventions very well. 

The post narrates how research on the benefits of SEL contributed to greater interest among educators and policymakers on how to integrate SEL and academic approaches.

Studies of interest include a 2012 meta-analysis of 75 studies and a 2015 study that estimated a 11 to 1 return on investment for six different SEL interventions. 



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