Shafer, L. (2018, June 26). 11 Ways Schools Can-and Should-Involve Families in SEL Programming – EdSurge News. Retrieved July 25, 2018

In their separate domains, educators and parents both understand the importance of social-emotional skills—that the ability to manage emotions, to empathize, and to collaborate is key to fulfillment and success, in school and in life. But schools and families are not always in sync on how to develop those competencies. As schools implement large-scale, research-backed SEL curricula, caregivers at home often have little guidance on how to help their children become resilient, mindful, and kind.

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