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Alexia Raynal
Thank you for sharing such a critical perspective, Meg. Until we acknowledge that SEL constructs are rooted in normative values (white, middle class, female), we will continue to miss opportunities to better serve and acknowledge the assets present in communities of color. Have you seen the work that CASEL and the National Equity Project are doing to evolve a model of "transformative SEL"? A few relevant resources worth a look: - CASEL's competencies model with an equity lens: https://measuringsel.casel.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Frameworks-Equity.pdf - NEP's SEL PD with equity lens: https://www.nationalequityproject.org/frameworks/social-emotional-learning-and-equity - Journal article on Transformative SEL: https://casel.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Transformative-Social-and-Emotional-Learning-SEL-Toward-SEL-in-Service-of-Educational-Equity-and-Excellence.pdf Best, Alexia
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