Social and emotional learning (SEL) refers to the accumulation of a range of knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain relationships, and make responsible decisions.
This meeting explored three partnership models, as defined in Dr. Palinkas’ white paper prepared for the William T. Grant Foundation.
This convening explored the ways in which policy and practice can better support first-generation college students from low-income homes.
This convening explored local and national efforts to improve youth access to quality afterschool programs and services.
This convening aimed to provide clarity on the intersection of afterschool and competency-based education.