In this summary, RAND researchers describe the Partnerships for Social and Emotional Learning Initiative — which is an effort to explore whether and how children benefit when schools and out-of-school time programs partner to improve and align social and emotional learning — as well as what it takes to do this work. The researchers report findings and early lessons from the first two years of implementation in the six participating communities.
This study was sponsored by The Wallace Foundation and undertaken by RAND Education and Labor.
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