This report reveals the pandemic’s impact on lost learning and faculty fatigue, outlines the unprecedented federal relief funding available to K-12 schools, and proposes a reimagined approach to social-emotional learning that reflects modern student experiences. Schools confronting post-pandemic realities must account for the fact that today’s students face unprecedented challenges and pressures not understood or experienced by any previous generation. This is how they can do it.
The fall release of Apple’s iOS 15 comes with a lot of technological advancements. It includes the always-popular release of new emojis and the ability to Facetime non-Apple users. One update, in particular, the privacy feature, grabbed our attention as it aligns with our Social Standard, “Protect Your Privacy Like You’re Famous.”
Check out these recently published articles in leading industry publications where TSI shares insights about social-emotional learning and its impact on students.
A nationwide survey of top employers revealed the five most in-demand soft skills. A closer look into the latest research uncovers an infallible truth: developing soft skills remains an essential component to evidence-based SEL.
As schools wind down a year like no other, The Social Institute is increasing staff, updating curriculums, and partnering with additional schools in order to empower even more students to navigate social-emotional health, social media, and technology positively for the 2021-22 school year.