Successful students can control their emotions, empathize with others, build healthy relationships, and make responsible decisions. The right social and emotional learning curriculum will ensure that students develop these skills.
More than two decades of research shows that high-quality social and emotional learning programs get results. Infusing SEL across the curriculum leads to reduced emotional distress and improved academic performance. And these benefits are long-term, lasting up to 18 years after completing a program.
Students who participate in a K–12 SEL program score better on standardized achievement tests.
Six months to 18 years after SEL programs are completed, students can still derive benefits.
Spending $1 on SEL programs is equal to spending $11 on intervention.
Learning is social and emotional. That’s why we take a whole-child approach to education, moving beyond a focus on academic achievement alone to incorporate life skills—building relationships, controlling emotions, making responsible decisions—that children must develop for long-term success.
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Students need opportunities to practice SEL skills throughout the school day, in their academic work and personal interactions, in and outside of the classroom. Incorporating an SEL program across the curriculum can be a huge undertaking. We’ve done the work for you.
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Our nationally recognized PD equips teachers and leaders with practical approaches to SEL that aim to nurture the whole child.
See how our evidence-based SEL curriculum can put your students on the path to long-term success.
Our SEL curriculum for elementary students, embedded throughout HMH’s research-backed programs, educates the whole child.
Our SEL curriculum for middle school aims to help students navigate complex peer relationships and learn to resolve conflicts.