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A+SEL: Accelerating Learning With SEL image
August 2021

A+SEL: Accelerating Learning With SEL

How do social-emotional skills support academic ones, especially when there have been delays or discontinuities in instruction? In this issue, we examine how building positive communities through social and emotional…

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July 2021

The Friendship Issue

After 16 months of an educational experience marked by screens, masks, and social distance, what students have missed most can be summed up in one word: friendship. Learning to make…

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June 2021

Reflecting & Rebuilding: Digest Edition

Contributing Editor: Emily Hemingway, Editor-in-Chief As the school year winds down, this special digest issue reviews what we’ve learned so far this year and the lessons we can take with…

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May 2021

Celebrating Teaching

Contributing Editor: Michelle Gill – Director of Consulting and Certification In this issue, we celebrate the art of teaching. We honor the way educators have braved a worldwide pandemic, myriad…

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April 2021

Beyond the Bell

Contributing Editor: Karen Poplawski, Director of Responsive Classroom Programs Chip Wood, a co-founder of the Responsive Classroom approach to education, noted: From its inception, nearly forty years ago, Responsive Classroom…

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March 2021


Contributing Editor: Jazmine Franklin, Director of Fly Five Programs Before you begin reading this issue, find a moment of stillness. Feel your feet on the floor. Roll your shoulders back,…

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February 2021

The Power of Cooperation

Perhaps no month is more appropriate to consider cooperation than February 2021: two months into the new year, weeks into a new presidency, and days into Black History Month’s 95th…

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January 2021

Two Sides of the Same Coin

In graduate school, while studying education, I remember taking a course titled “Critical Issues in Education.” Certainly, education in the United States has historically seen many critical issues—lack of government…

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December 2020

Preparing to Meet New Challenges

Contributing Editor: Emily Hemingway, Director of Publications In this digest edition, we look back at lessons learned in 2020 and ahead to the possibilities of 2021. We start by learning…

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November 2020

Partnering with Families

Contributing Editor: Michelle Gill, Director of Consulting and Certifications The pace of the world, especially over the last eight months, has left little time to pause and reflect. Doing so…

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