Rooting Social and Emotional Well-Being Efforts in Equity: A Reflection Guide
This tip sheet for educators offers several high-level principles that educators can consider, followed by nine self-reflection questions. These allow individuals or teams to evaluate their practices along a continuum: A high rating may indicate that social and emotional well-being practices are already anchored in equity, whereas a low score may indicate that well-intended practices are actually working at cross-purposes with equity.
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