Putting Heart Into High School

Cervone, Barbara; Cushman, Kathleen
May 2014
Education Week;5/21/2014, Vol. 33 Issue 32, p28
The article offers an opinion on the benefits of social and emotional learning (SEL) in U.S. high school education. Topics discussed include the disciplinary practices of U.S. high schools, the importance of teacher-student relationships, and the use of small class sizes. The role of SEL in restorative justice is also examined.


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