Students at the School of Engineering and Sciences in the Pocket area school are among the first high school freshmen in the Sacramento City Unified School District to participate in an expanding program on social and emotional learning – or SEL. The aim, said history teacher Mari Edwards, is to move students toward “responsible decision-making and making ethical and constructive choices about themselves and their social behavior.”
Students at the School of Engineering and Sciences in the Pocket area school are among the first high school freshmen in the Sacramento City Unified School District to participate in an expanding program on social and emotional learning – or SEL. The aim, said history teacher Mari Edwards, is to move students toward “responsible decision-making and making ethical and constructive choices about themselves and their social behavior.” Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Students at the School of Engineering and Sciences in the Pocket area school are among the first high school freshmen in the Sacramento City Unified School District to participate in an expanding program on social and emotional learning – or SEL. The aim, said history teacher Mari Edwards, is to move students toward “responsible decision-making and making ethical and constructive choices about themselves and their social behavior.” Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

Sacramento city schools focus on emotional learning

November 16, 2014 04:32 PM

UPDATED November 16, 2014 07:57 PM

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