SEL4NJ Testimony about the Importance of Social Emotional Learning in School Re-Opening

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SEL4NJ gave testimony about the role of Social Emotional Learning (broadly defined) in addressing issues associated with re-opening schools, including building these SEL skills to address the stress and anxiety associated with the pandemic, to help with academic learning and the learning gap, and to address inequities that exist within our educational system as well as in society in general.

Testimony was given to the Joint Committee on New Jersey Schools on Tuesday, February 9 by Elizabeth Warner, President of SEL4NJ. Click below for a full transcript of the testimony.

SEL4NJ Written Testimony-February 2021

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