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Leading Social-Emotional Learning in Districts and Schools: A Handbook for Superintendents and Other District Leaders

Book Cover: Leading Social-Emotional Learning in Districts and Schools: A Handbook for Superintendents and Other District Leaders

In Leading Social-Emotional Learning in Districts and Schools: A Handbook for Superintendents and Other District Leaders, Daniel A. Domenech, Mort Sherman and John L. Brown provide education leaders with a comprehensive set of recommendations and resources to lead the implementation of social and emotional learning.

The handbook begins with an exploration of the meaning of social and emotional learning—and the various operational definitions currently in use among leading educators and SEL-related organizations.

The introductory section of the handbook also reinforces the idea that SEL and equity are two closely interrelated priorities in education today—perhaps the two singularly most significant priorities we are all facing in our profession.

Essential to successful and effective implementation, the nature of effective SEL leadership is a significant focus of the handbook. It reinforces the importance of distributed leadership to build SEL communities of practice to support student well-being, health, nutrition, and academic progress.

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