This article reports on a collaboration between the School Success Network and the Research Alliance for NYC Schools to look at measuring SEL outcomes. They chose eight specific learning factors through a student survey. The two groups worked together to increase the percentage of survey respondents and also to refine survey questions to get more accurate data for comparison purposes.Source:
Kayla Stewart, Education Week, March 19, 2018Description:
"The Student Success Network (SSN) is a group of about 50 youth development and education organizations in New York City that are working together to measure and improve students' SEL skills. SSN organizations serve more than 150,000 middle and high school students throughout the City, providing a diverse array of programs. They have chosen to measure eight specific SEL learning factors through a student survey: Growth mindset; academic self-efficacy; interpersonal skills; self-regulated learning; enlisting social resources; self-advocacy; problem solving; and belonging."Read the full article here!