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|Date added||March 13, 2019|
|Category||Academic Standards, Education, White Papers|
Date: March 2019
Authors: Karen Effrem, M.D. and Jane Robbins, J.D.
Preface: Kevin Ryan, Ph.D.
Social-emotional learning (SEL) has been billed as a transformational tool that will propel students to greater academic achievement and personal fulfillment. Unfortunately, the research evidence to back up these claims is thin and unpersuasive. Moreover, the risks SEL poses to student privacy and health are significant.