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Social Emotional Learning is CPS’ New Strategy For Student Achievement

via WVXU Cincinnati

The district has spent approximately $100,000 on PATH program materials, a national program that teaches pre-k through sixth grade students social and emotional skills. 

Since certain schools implemented the social emotional learning programs, CPS says it’s created an average 40% reduction in lost instructional time. The district has spent approximately $100,000 on PATH program materials, a national program that teaches pre-k through sixth grade students social and emotional skills. The program is currently being piloted in some schools to reduce discipline and improve academic achievement.