Welcome to CASEL, the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning. Our mission is to help make evidence-based social and emotional learning (SEL) an integral part of education from preschool through high school. CASEL and our broad network of collaborators are working together to turn momentum for SEL into a national movement.
Featured News & ResourcesHow to Combat a Negative Climate by Promoting Respect and Understanding. This new page on our website provides resources to help educators, parents, and communities address the issues arising from the recent conflict in Charlottesville, Va. Learn more.
New downloadable resources. Integrating SEL into general teaching practice. Learn more.Measuring SEL: Using Data to Inspire Practice. This new website from CASEL and several collaborators focuses on assessing social and emotional competence. Learn more.
Webinar on Assessment Design Challenge winners and their work, Fri., Sept. 29, 1 pm ET. Register.
New meta-analysis finds positive long-term impacts of social and emotional learning programs.
Read articlein July 12, 2017 Education Week.
Visit our web pageon the 2017 meta-analysis and view related articles and commentaries.
Read the January 2011 articlein Child Development describing another landmark meta-analysis of SEL impacts.
View the June 21 webinar on how states are building SEL into their ESSA plans. The webinar is based on the CASEL brief on the topic. Click to view.
From the Brookings Institution: “The Future of School-Based Social and Emotional Learning Programs.” A new journal issue, a policy brief, and a panel discussion featuring SEL leaders. Learn more.
Read the latest issue of our monthly newsletter, which covers a variety of topics in the field of social and emotional learning. Learn more.New report on the CDI includes insights and findings on how districts implement SEL.