Another State Rejects CASEL SEL Standards Push

October, 2016

Georgia has joined Tennessee in rejecting the Collaborative for Academic Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) effort to impose social and emotional learning (SEL) standards in eight different states. It is wonderful to see states pushing back on this corporate/foundation funded national effort.

Georgia's State School Superintendent Richard Woods stated one of the very important dangers of the CASEL effort, "However, it is equally important that we as a state maintain control of our decision making and not place any additional burdens on our schools."‚Äč 

Please read more detail about the dangers of SEL and about how CASEL is trying to push ahead anyway in this article: Schools Ditch Academics For Emotional Manipulation by Jane Robbins of the American Principles Project and Dr. Effrem published at The Federalist.

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