Expanding the Definition of Equitable School and Student Success Part 2: Social-Emotional Learning and School Culture and Climate

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Dr. Libby Pier from Education Analytics discusses the results of a number of studies based on student surveys of social-emotional well-being (self-management, social awareness, growth mindset, and self-efficacy) and culture and climate (sense of belonging, sense of safety, climate of support for academic learning, and knowledge and fairness of discipline, rules, and norms). Results include patterns of grade level and subgroup differences as well as the relative contributions of individual, classroom and school factors.

View Part 1, Probing Course Levels here