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How Learning Happens: Supporting Students’ Social, Emotional, and Academic Development

January 23, 2018  • National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development

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The National Commission’s Interim Report, “How Learning Happens: Supporting Students’ Social, Emotional, and Academic Development” captures the Commission’s key takeaways and lessons learned to date, raises the questions we’re continuing to ponder, and ends with an invitation for a broad array of stakeholders to engage with the Commission in 2018. Drawing on diverse voices from across the Commission, this report is a milestone in our collective effort to engage communities nationwide in supporting students’ comprehensive development.

The National Commission wants to hear from you! We are developing recommendations in research, practice, and policy that will help make social, emotional, and academic learning part of the fabric of every school. Throughout 2018, the Commission is inviting the many individuals and organizations that care about and support young people to inform these recommendations. As part of this effort and in conjunction with our Interim Report, please share your input on three key questions: As.pn/commissionsurvey

View a webinar on the Commission’s Six Lessons Learned & Questions Moving Forward.

Key Excerpts from the Interim Report
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Advancing the Vision: Highlights of the Commission’s Work
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What We’ve Learned
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Areas for Further Learning
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