Exploring the Science Behind Preparing Youth to Thrive & The SEL Challenge

By Staff from Forum for Youth Investment

In October, the SEL Challenge Technical Report will be released, highlighting the methodology and findings of the 2 year study. Join this Thought Leader Roundtable discussion at 2 PM ET on October 20th to learn more about the findings and their implications for policy and practice.

What is the science and research base behind Social and Emotional Learning? Hosted by the Forum for Youth Investment and featuring Charles Smith, Ph.D. of the Weikart Center, Haviland Rummel of SCE and Brett Hart of the Philadelphia Wooden Boat Factory, this Roundtable conversation will review the extensive process of interviews, site visits, evaluations, convenings and surveys that form the foundation of Preparing Youth to Thrive: Promising Practices in Social and Emotional Learning. Learn more about the research findings and their applications for social emotional learning and continuous program improvement in this lively conversation led by Karen Pittman.

This teleconference will be held at 2 PM ET on Thursday, October 20th. Please register here.

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