Families have been on the front lines during the past year, helping their children tackle virtual and hybrid schooling.
They have also witnessed the toll the pandemic has taken on the social and emotional lives of their children. Even now, as children begin to return to the classroom, social and emotional issues will continue to challenge schools and parents.
That's why it is so important to strengthen children's social and emotional learning (SEL). Research shows SEL has a significant impact on student achievement and well-being—and promotes educational equity and excellence.
Empower your families' ability to boost their children's SEL skills with a new series of QuickTips from The Parent Institute. These tri-fold brochures, available in English and Spanish, offer families practical guidance on how to help students think about themselves and others and develop their ability to manage their emotions, actions, relationships and decisions in positive ways.
250 brochures total.