Disrupt the Status Quo: How SEL Can Address Implicit Bias and Build Equity in Classrooms and Communities
A Webinar by Second Step, brought to you by Committee for Children.
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For decades, our juvenile justice system has been shaped by implicit bias and the disproportionality of discipline toward youth of color and those with disabilities. Things have got to change—and you can help.
Schools and communities can address these imbalances by integrating social-emotional learning and restorative practices. By doing so, they may be able to minimize the effects of implicit bias and help reform juvenile justice.
This free webinar will feature experts in the fields of SEL and juvenile justice. They’ll discuss how the skills taught in evidence-based SEL programs can disrupt the status quo and help reduce bias in our schools. Click through to learn more and reserve your seat.
Event Date: Monday, August 17, 2020
Event Time: 3:30 p.m. Eastern time | 1 hour
Training, lessons, and family resources developed to put research-based strategies in the hands of educators to create spaces safe for learning.
Easy to Use
Clear, rules-based scripted lessons make it easy to teach children personal safety skills.
Includes Family Materials
Lessons extend beyond the classroom with materials and videos that help parents discuss personal safety with their children.