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Addressing Implicit Bias and Disproportionality in Social-Emotional and Behavior Assessment

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Join this edWebinar for guidance on how you can ensure SEB assessments support positive social-emotional outcomes for all students. Presented by .. Read more Katie Eklund, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Co-Director, School Psychology Program, and Co-Director, School Mental Health Collaborative, University of Wisconsin-Madison; and Janine Jones, Ph.D., NCSP, Associate Professor, School Psychology, and Director, School Psychology Program, University of Washington. Social-emotional behavior (SEB) equips young people with the skills to lead healthy, productive lives. Schools across the country are investing resources in social-emotional learning (SEL) programs to help students develop these essential skills, but there are barriers that prevent many students of color and other marginalized youth from benefiting from these programs. One of these is how SEB skills are assessed and how resulting data are used to inform SEL and behavioral interventions. Katie Eklund and Janine Jones for guidance on how you can ensure SEB assessments support positive social-emotional outcomes for all students.

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