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Upcoming Webinars


Social and Emotional Learning: How to Implement What We Know from the Research

Tuesday, ​November 27, 2018 at 2 P.M. ET

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is an important aspect of educating our nation’s children. Join Learning Forward for this in-depth webinar to explore:

  • What is meant by social and emotional learning;
  • What the research says about effective components of SEL programs and interventions;
  • How SEL is implemented in classrooms and out-of-school time programs; and
  • Implications for professional learning for all educators and leaders.


Dr. Stephanie jonesLearning Forward is pleased to host an in-depth conversation about Social and Emotional Learning with Dr. Stephanie Jones, the Marie and Max Kargman Associate Professor in Human Development and Urban Education Advancement and Director of the EASEL Lab at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Dr. Jones is a nationally recognized researcher focused on social and emotional learning interventions on behavioral and academic outcomes and classroom practices as well as curriculum development and implementation. Bring your questions and ideas as we look forward to engaging our Learning Forward community in the discussion.

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State Supports for Title II Implementation

Plus: A look ahead to the new Congress

**This webinar was rescheduled because of technical difficulties**
Rescheduled date: Tuesday, November 27, 2018 at 3 P.M. ET

With the U.S. Department of Education having approved all state Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) plans, states and districts are busy translating those plans into practice. This webinar will feature an opportunity to hear how two key states are implementing Title II and to learn what resources, tools, and messaging they are using to support districts and to build evidence on behalf of the program.

Back in Washington, DC, the fiscal year 2019 appropriations season ended successfully – and on-time – with Title II funding secure and level-funded. In January, the new Congress will open and education funding will once again be on the table. Join us for a forecast of what to expect from the new Congress and next year’s education funding process from Jon Bernstein of the Bernstein Strategy Group in Washington, DC.


Paul Fleming, Assistant Commissioner, Teachers and Leaders Division, Tennessee Department of Education

Julia Fallon, Program Lead, Title IIA, Washington State

Jon Bernstein, President, Bernstein Strategy Group
Janice Poda, Senior Consultant, Learning Forward

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Other upcoming webinars

Advocacy team: Building Your Evidence Base
January 9



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