School-Connect

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Program description

School-Connect provides a lesson-based approach to SEL. It includes programming for grades 9-12 and demonstrates evidence of effectiveness in grade 9. Translated materials for School-Connect are available in Spanish.

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      • SEL lessons
      • Instructional practices
      • Relationship building
      • Positive classroom management
      • SEL generalization
      • Shared agreements
      • Systemic support for SEL
      • Adult SEL
      • Group structures
      • Service-learning
      • Activities and Resources for Home
    • Onsite in-person training
    • Virtual training
    • Offsite training
    • Train the trainer model
    • Administrator support
    • Coaching
    • Technical assistance
    • Professional Learning Communities (PLCs)
    • Online resource library
    • Self-report tools for monitoring implementation
    • Observational tools
    • Tools for measuring student success

Evidence of effectiveness

Results from a quasi-experimental (QE) evaluation conducted in the 2014-2015 academic year (unpublished report written in 2016) support the effectiveness of School-Connect for high school students. The evaluation included 947 grade 9 students (Latinx = 63%, White = 18%, Black = 15%; students eligible for free or reduced price lunch = 63%). This evaluation found that students who participated in the intervention demonstrated higher average core subject passing rates, and were less likely to be disruptive in class and rude to adults compared to students in the comparison group (outcomes reported 12 months after baseline while controlling for outcome pretest). At a 6-month follow-up, students who participated in the program outperformed the comparison group on social studies grades and social studies passing rates. However, the evaluation also found that the comparison group outperformed students who participated in the program on math grades, English language arts grades (ELA), and ELA passing rates.

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  • Evidence shown in grades
    9
    School characteristics
      • Urban
      • Southwest
    Student characteristics
    • Black / African American
    • Hispanic / Latinx
    • White
    • Low income
    Percentage Low Income
    • Eligible for FRPL: 63%
    • Improved academic performance
    • Reduced emotional distress
    • Improved identity development and agency
    • Reduced problem behaviors
    • Improved school climate
    • Improved school connectedness
    • Improved social behaviors
    • Improved teaching practices
    • Improved other SEL skills and attitiudes

How does School-Connect support SEL implementation across multiple settings?

“School-Connect is used in dedicated SEL classes, school-wide advisory, special education, alternative education, and vocational ed. School-Connect's SEL Integration Guide includes "SEL Essentials" for school administrators, counselors, teachers, coaches, community members, and parents. ”

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References

  • Accepted by CASEL
  • Huston, A., Beland, K., & Douglass, J. (2016).A School-Connect Intervention Impact on High School Students’ Discipline Referrals and Academic Outcomes. Unpublished report.

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