Conversations among educators and policymakers about how to incorporate social and emotional skills into classrooms often do not address the need to support students who require extra help with these skills. This is short-sighted and likely to reduce the effectiveness of classroom lessons and school-wide interventions. Many of these students are included in mainstream classrooms, […]
Author Archives: David Osher
David Osher is vice president and Institute Fellow at the American Institutes for Research where his work focuses on social and emotional competence, conditions for learning and development, and improving opportunities and outcomes for children who experience a variety of disadvantages.