SEL should be about kids, not adult agendas | IN 60 SECONDS

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A sense of value and safety are among the laudable goals of social and emotional learning — but SEL advocates need to be aware that this process is vulnerable to manipulation by those seeking to carry out their own agendas. AEI’s Frederick Hess explains in 60 seconds.

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SOURCE — IIRP News — Building Safe and Healthy School Communities: Restorative Justice and Responsive Regulation

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