SEL Guys

These are the guys pushing Communist Brainwashing “Social Emotional Learning” in “Education”

The National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development Buddies

The Aspen Institute

The Learning Policy Institute’s Linda Darling-Hammond

Business Roundtable President John Engler

Special Olympics Chairman Tim Shriver

Jim Shelton, president of education for the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative 

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe

 Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Joyce Foundation, the Einhorn Family Charitable Trust

CASEL

Source:  http://missourieducationwatchdog.com/sel-commission-standards-rating-sorting-children-based-on-emotion/ 

Mr. Jorge Benitez
Former CEO, Accenture North America

Mr. Laszlo Bock
Senior Advisor, Google, Inc.

Mr. Hugh Price
Former President and CEO
National Urban League

Ms. Karen Pittman
President, CEO, and Co-Founder
The Forum for Youth Investment

Governor Brian Sandoval
Governor of Nevada; Vice Chair, National
Governors Association

Mr. James Shelton
President of Education
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

Mr. Gene Wilhoit
Executive Director
National Center for Innovation in Education

Mr. Antwan Wilson
Superintendent
Oakland Public Schools

Dr. Nancy Zimpher
Chancellor
State University of New York

Dr. Pamela Cantor
Chief Executive Officer
Turnaround For Children

Dr. David Osher
Vice President and Institute Fellow
American Institutes for Research

Ms. Ellen Galinsky
Chief Science Officer and Executive Director,
Mind in the Making, Bezos Family Foundation

Alliance for Excellent Education

National Association of State Boards of
Education

American Association of School Administrators

National Conference of State Legislatures

American Federation of Teachers

National Council of La Raza (NCLR)

Association for Supervision and Curriculum
Development

National Education Association

National Governors Association

Council of Chief State School Officers

National PTA

Council of Great City Schools

National School Boards Association

Edutopia/George Lucas Educational Foundation

National Urban League, Inc.

National Association for the Advancement of
Colored People (NAACP)

Source:  https://assets.aspeninstitute.org/content/uploads/2016/11/NCSEAD-MEMBERSHIP-LIST-11-18.pdf 

Partners

  • Alliance for Excellent Education
  • American Association of School Administrators
  • American Federation of Teachers
  • American Youth Policy Forum (AYPF)
  • America’s Promise Alliance
  • ASCD
  • Citizen Schools
  • Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL)
  • Communities in Schools
  • Council of Chief State School Officers
  • Council of Great City Schools
  • The David P. Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality
  • Edutopia, produced by the George Lucas Educational Foundation
  • The Forum for Youth Investment
  • Learning Heroes
  • MENTOR
  • Moms Rising
  • NAACP
  • National Association of State Boards of Education
  • National Conference of State Legislatures
  • National Council of La Raza
  • National Education Association
  • National Governors Association
  • National League of Cities
  • National PTA
  • National School Boards Association
  • National Urban League
  • National 4-H Council
  • Playworks
  • YMCA

Source:  https://www.aspeninstitute.org/programs/national-commission-on-social-emotional-and-academic-development/partners/

CASEL Buddies

1440 Foundation

1440 Foundation’s mission is to support programs and best practices that cultivate authentic relationship skills in education, wellness and the workplace.

Einhorn Family Charitable Trust

The Einhorn Family Charitable Trust’s mission is to help people get along better. By investing in evidence-based programs and in partnership with national organizations, it seeks to inspire a movement of empathetic citizens who, with mutual respect and understanding, ultimately build an increasingly civil society.

Institute of Education Sciences

The mission of IES, the research arm of the U.S.Department of Education, is to provide rigorous and relevant evidence on which to ground education practice and policy and share this information broadly.

McCormick Foundation

The McCormick Foundation seeks to foster communities of educated, informed, and engaged citizens.

NoVo Foundation

NoVo Foundation is dedicated to catalyzing a transformation in global society, moving from a culture of domination to one of equality and partnership. The foundation supports the development of capacities in people—individually and collectively — to help create a caring and balanced world.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is the nation’s largest philanthropy devoted solely to the public’s health. Its efforts focus on improving both the health of everyone in America and their health care — how it’s delivered, how it’s paid for, and how well it does for patients and their families.

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors (RPA) is a nonprofit organization that currently advises on and manages more than $200 million in annual giving by individuals, families, corporations, and major foundations. Continuing the Rockefeller family’s legacy of thoughtful, effective philanthropy, RPA remains at the forefront of philanthropic growth and innovation, with a diverse team led by experienced grantmakers with significant depth of knowledge across the spectrum of issue areas. Founded in 2002, RPA has grown into one of the world’s largest philanthropic service organizations and has facilitated more than $3 billion in grantmaking to nearly 70 countries.

Source:  http://www.casel.org/funders/ 

Getting Smart

Source:  http://www.gettingsmart.com/2017/05/parents-sel/

Partner Districts

  • Anchorage Public Schools
  • Austin Public Schools
  • Chicago Public Schools
  • Cleveland Metropolitan School District
  • Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools
  • Oakland Unified School District
  • Sacramento City Unified School District
  • Washoe County School District
  • El Paso Public Schools
  • Atlanta Public Schools

Source:   http://www.casel.org/partner-districts/

 

Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence Buddies

All Our Kin

Born This Way Foundation

Brewster Academy

Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL)

Dalio Foundation

Einhorn Family Charitable Trust

The Faas Foundation

Facebook

Fundación Botín

GreatSchools

Greater Good Science Center (GGSC)

Institute of Education Sciences (IES)

NoVo

Partners of ’63

Seedlings Foundation

Social-Emotional Learning Alliance (SAM)

Social and Emotional Learning Special Interest Group, American Education Research Association (AERA)

The Stepping Stones Project

Tauck Family Foundation

TED

William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund

William T. Grant Foundation

Source:   http://ei.yale.edu/who-we-are/partners/

SEL4MA Buddies

Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (www.casel.org)

Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations (www.eiconsortium.org)

25 SEL providers and advocates are members of the Social-Emotional Learning Alliance for Massachusetts:

Beginnings School
Since 1985, Beginnings School has been committed to helping young children develop the social and emotional competencies that are critical for learning and lifelong success. With its unique curriculum based on the emotional foundations of learning and cognition, Beginnings School provides opportunities for children as young as infants through kindergarten to learn the fundamentals of social and emotional intelligence.

Clueberry World
Clueberry World is a social-emotional learning board game for kids.

Coexist Learning Project
Coexist is a documentary film about government-mandated reconciliation following the Rwanda genocide, told from the point of view of victims, perpetrators, bystanders, social commentators, and public officials. The film, four-lesson Teacher’s Guide, and teacher workshops serve as an entry-point to important conversations with educators and students on how to use the teaching of genocide to cultivate forgiveness, compassion, and upstanding in our own lives.

Education for Democracy Institute
Peace and Democracy Discussions and Peace and Democracy eBooks and Digital Games Pilot Project  Peace & Democracy eBooks and Digital Games provide digital versions of multicultural literature, along with digital games, activities, and curriculum, that can help children and adults discuss how to prevent violence and improve our democratic society. Published by The Education for Democracy Institute. Builds on theVoices Reading, Voices Literature and Writing, and Voices Leveled Library programs. We are looking for pilot sites to test the new digital prototype.

Engaging Schools
Engaging Schools’ collaborates with educators to create school communities where each and every student develops the skills and mindsets needed to succeed and make positive contributions in school, work, and life. Our practical strategies are grounded in the values of equity, community, and democracy. We offer professional development and resources in the areas of schoolwide discipline and student support, instructional improvement, classroom management and engagement, and student advisory. With a small staff in Cambridge and a network of nationwide consultants, we have published more than 40 educational resources, collaborated with several thousand schools, reached hundreds of thousands of teachers, and touched the lives of millions of students.

exSEL
Excellence through Social-Emotional Learning is a statewide campaign launched by a coalition of the associations representing Massachusetts superintendents, School Committees, elementary and secondary principals, and educational collaboratives. The campaign is designed to promote social-emotional learning in every school and classroom across the Commonwealth, in order to graduate students who have the social and emotional skills needed to succeed in school, career, and life.

GetPsychedSports.org
Working with the Social-Emotional Learning Alliance for Massachusetts to provide a student-centric youth and school sport model through humanistic coaching that trains decision-makers and problem-solvers.

Leaders and Learners
Education consultants providing professional development, program development, and coaching for the whole child, whole adolescent, whole teacher, whole administrator, and whole school. Leaders & Learners helps schools with SEL, advisory, inclusion; leadership coaching, faculty communication and teams, instructional practices, and school culture.

Lesson One
Lesson One provides professional development that helps public, private and charter schools establish and design themselves for successful School Cultural Development.

Louis D.Brown Institute
“The Louis D. Brown Peace Institute serves as a center of healing, teaching and learning for families and communities dealing with murder, trauma, grief and loss.”

Massachusetts Character Education Partnership
Massachusetts CEP, In partnership with Boston University’s Center for Character Education and Social Responsibility, the Character Education Partnership accepts applications from public and private schools and districts throughout the state of Massachusetts for the State Schools of Character (SSOC) program.

National School Climate Center
NSCC’s goal is to promote positive and sustained school climate: a safe, supportive environment that nurtures social and emotional, ethical, and academic skills.

Open Circle
Open Circle is an evidence-based social and emotional learning program for Kindergarten through Grade 5 that helps schools develop safe, caring and highly-engaging learning communities that proactively develop children’s skills for recognizing and managing emotions, empathy, positive relationships and problem solving.

Panorama Education
Over 1,000 schools use Panorama for Social-Emotional Learning to grow and measure their students’ social and emotional skills and supports. Panorama makes its 22 research-based measures of social-emotional learning available as a free, open-source resource for educators. Download the SEL measures at https://www.panoramaed.com/social-emotional-learning.

Parents Forum
Parents Forum is a non-profit, community-based organization that provides workshops focusing on emotional awareness.

PEAR Institute: Partnerships in Education and Resilience 
PEAR’s mission is to create and foster school and afterschool settings in which all young people can be successful. Dedicated to “the whole child; the whole day; the whole year,” PEAR continuously integrates research, theory, and practice for lasting connections between youth development, school reform, and mental health.

Playworks
Playworks offer an essential opportunity for children to explore their imaginations, to connect with other kids and to stretch and grow physically, emotionally and socially.

Project Adventure
Since 1971 Project Adventure has been supporting development of growth oriented and sustainable communities through active learning. These programs are advanced by custom training, consulting on implementation, challenge course design/installation, and wildly innovative products and publications. The approach is grounded in experiential and adventure learning theory and practice. It is effective and widely embraced due to a radically inclusive, fun and empowering approach to group facilitation with use of engaging activities. SEL-supporting programs and services for schools include training and consulting on K-12 models for Physical Education, classrooms, school culture, behavioral settings, and athletics.

Responsive Classroom
Responsive Classroom is an evidence-based approach to elementary education that leads to greater teacher effectiveness, higher student achievement, and improved school climate.

Ruler
Developed at Yale’s Center for Emotional Intelligence, the Ruler Approach is an evidence-based, social and emotional learning program dedicated to enriching the lives of educators, students, and families.

Sanford Harmony provides teachers with extensive resources to help PreK–6 students build stronger, healthier relationships — at no cost. Developed by researchers at Arizona State University and underwritten by philanthropist T. Denny Sanford, the program includes fully-planned lessons and activities that encourage communication, collaboration and mutual respect. Preliminary research suggests a correlation between Harmony and improved empathy, school enjoyment, and achievement in math and reading as well as decreased stereotyping and bullying/aggression.

Second Step
Committee for Children’s program is working globally to prevent bullying, violence, and child abuse.

Six Seconds
At Six Seconds, we believe emotions are valuable signals that help us survive and thrive. When we learn how to use them, emotions help us make more effective decisions, connect with others, find and follow purpose — and lead a more whole-hearted life.

Teachers 21
Teachers 21 mission is to develop leadership and learning cultures where all educators embrace constant learning and the adaptations required for continuous improvement.

The Wellbeing Alphabet™
The Wellbeing Alphabet™ is a new parent and child-developed program created in Britain. The aim is to develop emotional literacy through ‘wellbeing words’ and creative activities from   A to Z- incorporating film, art, storytelling, drama and music. Appropriate for children aged 4-7, or up to secondary education for learners with complex needs. Our organization, La Linguistica, are members of The Council of British International Schools. Following a recent visit, we would like to pilot the program in Massachusetts. Enquiries to: info@thewellbeingalphabet.com.

Trauma Sensitive Schools
The Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative’s (TLPI) mission is to ensure that children traumatized by exposure to family violence and other adverse childhood experiences succeed in school. To accomplish this mission, TLPI engages in a host of advocacy strategies.

Voices Literature & Writing
Voices Literature & Writing is a supplemental, social-emotional-learning, and character-education resource delivered through a unique, integrated language arts approach.

William James College
William James College strives to be a preeminent school of psychology that integrates rigorous academic instruction with extensive field education and close attention to professional development. We assume an ongoing social responsibility to create programs to educate specialists of many disciplines to meet the evolving mental health needs of society.

Yoga 4 Classrooms
Yoga 4 Classrooms is a low-cost, simple, effective, and sustainable school program, grounded in mind-body practices and addressing the whole child by fostering students’ physical and psychological well-being.  Yoga 4 Classrooms is anchored in well-validated classroom pedagogies, developmental science, cross-sectional research in cognitive affective neuroscience, tenets of positive psychology and secular contemplative practices.

In addition, other programs from around the country are available:

The Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility
Founded in 1982 in New York City, partnering with the NYC school system.

PATHS Curriculum
A Penn State Program of the Prevention Research Center for the Promotion of Human Development.

Success for Kids
Success for Kids, Inc. (SFK), an international non-profit organization, is dedicated to empowering at-risk children and adolescents to become resilient, productive citizens by delivering innovative research-based programs that enhance four personal strengths (interpersonal skills, emotional intelligence, problem solving skills and self-sufficiency) and give students a greater sense of purpose in their lives.

Source:  http://www.sel4ma.org/links/ 

Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations Buddies

Cigna

Constellation

Think 2 Perform

Hay Group

Source:  http://www.eiconsortium.org/members/consortium_membership.html 

 Measuring SEL Buddies

Collaborators

STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Noah Bookman 
CORE Districts

Dale Blyth
University of Minnesota

Katie Buckley
Transforming Education

Laura Hamilton
RAND Corporation

Stephanie Jones
Harvard University

Sara Bartolino Krachman
Transforming Education

Clark McKown
xSEL Labs

Brian Stecher
RAND Corporation

Jeremy Taylor
CASEL – Project Director

Roger Weissberg 
CASEL – Principal Investigator

WORK GROUP MEMBERS

Dave Calhoun
Fresno Unified School District

Susanne Denham
George Mason University

Camille Farrington
University of Chicago

Ben Hayes
Washoe County School District

Rob Jagers
University of Michigan

Pat Kyllonen
Educational Testing Service

Eric Moore
Minneapolis Public Schools

Ray Pecheone
Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning, and Equity

Michelle Steagall
CORE Districts

Marty West
Harvard University

Jean Wing
Oakland Unified School District

EXPERT ADVISORS

Marc Brackett
Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence

Linda Darling-Hammond
Learning Policy Institute

Angela Duckworth
University of Pennsylvania

John Easton
Spencer Foundation

Mark Greenberg
Pennsylvania State University

Kenji Hakuta
Stanford University

David Osher
American Institutes for Research

Jim Pellegrino
University of Illinois at Chicago

Funders

S.D. Bechtel Jr. Foundation

Einhorn Family Charitable Trust

Spencer Foundation

Wallace Foundation

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation

Overdeck Family Foundation

Raikes Foundation

Source:  http://measuringsel.casel.org/our-initiative/#work-group

SEL for Washington Buddies

3DL Partnership
AG Bell PTSA 2.8.10
Alpac PTA 9.2.6
Bellevue Special Needs PTA 2.3.165
Children’s Campaign Fund
ARC of King County
ARC of Snohomish County
ARC Spokane
Ashoka
Boys & Girls Clubs of Washington
Childrens crisis outreach response system
City of Bellevue Parent Teen Mediation Program
Committee for Children
Community of Mindful Parents
Compassionate Schools Network
DDC Council
Department of Early Learning
Eastlake High PTSA 2.8.88
Eastside Pathways
Empire Health Foundation
Everett School District Parent
King County Parent Coalition
League of Education Voters
Ferndale School District
Lewis & Clark PTSA 11.5.15
Luminous Minds Project
Marysville School District
Mead School District
Mercer Island Martial Art

NW PBIS
Office of the Education Ombuds
Ohana Wellness Center
Open Doors for Multicultural Families
Parent Map
PAVE
Pioneer PTSA 7.1.30
Puget Sound ESD/Race to the Top
Ready Nation
Rural Schools Alliance
Schools Out Washington
Seattle Indian Health Board
Seattle Public Schools Principal
SEL Consultant
Shoreline PTA Council 6.12
Skyline PTA 10.9.215
Snohomish County ECEAP
Sound Discipline
Spokane School District
Superintendent of Curlew School District
Treehouse
UW Center for Child and Family Well-being
Washington State Special Education Coalition
WA Association of School Psychologists
WA Association of School Social Workers
Yakima Neighborhood Health Services
Youth Eastside Services
Youth Ambassadors
Youth Development Executives of King County

Source:  http://www.selforwa.com/sel-for-wa-coalition.html

More SEL Guys

ACT Tessera

ProExam

Center for Innovative Assessments

Source:   http://connect.proexam.org/blog/affirming-and-advancing-sel-the-evidence-is-here

Edutopia

Source:   https://www.edutopia.org/core-concepts

Committee for Children

Source:   http://www.cfchildren.org/blog/2017/05/social-emotional-learning/

Afterschool Alliance

Wallace Foundation

Source:  http://www.afterschoolalliance.org/afterschoolSnack/Social-emotional-learning-heats-up_06-25-2015.cfm

Compass at Valor Collegiate Academies

Source:   http://valorcollegiate.org/compass/compass/

exSEL Buddies

Source:   http://www.exselmass.org/who-we-are/

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