Envision Education, Inc.
“For Envision, SEL means prioritizing strategies that: create safety for students; promote collaborative, trusting relationships; develop students’ social emotional skills, and offer personalized support that cultivates empowerment. Together, these features constitute the very foundation of learning: students have a harder time learning if these conditions are absent. And in our schools, with 95% students of color, SEL programming void of critical race literacy will not meet the needs of our community. Therefore we seek to integrate a new, collaboratively designed SEL curriculum into the new Ethnic Studies framework that will be guiding all of our courses, both academic and Advisory.”
Tags: Charter School, Collaborative Learning, Curriculum, District, Elementary School, ELs, Girls & Young Women of Color, High School, Identity Development, Middle School, Racial, Gender and/or Social Justice, Students with Disabilities, Teacher Leadership, Urban