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We Should Measure Students’ Social and Emotional Learning Skills?

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) skills are “big news” since there is an extraordinary amount of evidence establishing the importance of these skills for student success in school, college, career and lifetime satisfaction. Educators are accompanying this conversation with discussion about assessing and measuring these competencies.

Read the full article in Education Week, “We Should Measure Students’ Noncognitive Skills,” for insights into both the importance of measuring these skills and why all methods for assessment and measurement are not created equal.

The time has come for states, districts, schools, and classrooms to prioritize social and emotional learning for all students and to carefully, and appropriately, collect evidence of student growth in this area.