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This important resource from @ChildTrends and @RWJF analyzes state statutes and regulations to help policymakers and advocates better understand the current landscape, and consider policies to promote healthy schools: https://t.co/P2cdsVOHzx #WholeChild #SEL

A new report from the @nwlc list how states plan to use #ChildCare Development Block Grants--including to serve families on waiting lists for child-care and raising payment rates for child-care providers https://t.co/52X199uRKP @educationweek @MarvaAHinton #ECE

An important reminder for kids and adults alike: “Self-compassion leads to learning goals instead of performance goals — such as trying again after messing up. It’s a motivation of care instead of a motivation of fear.” https://t.co/GRpzZH7VPH @MindShiftKQED #SEL

Recent research out of @NorthwesternU shows the long-term positive impacts of teachers who help students improve "noncognitive skills," like self-regulation, motivation, and adaptability https://t.co/1ziL3gLoCc @edutopia

"Emotion and learning are completely connected." Research shows that students who feel safe and supported by adults at school are better able to learn. #HowLearningHappens

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