Measuring SEL Outcomes for Every Student

Since 2015, we've been working to understand the impact of our programs with quantitative data. A pre- and post-course survey tool was developed by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health during a three-year period to determine a way to measure growth across four social-emotional learning skills—emotional self-efficacy, conflict management, problem solving, and perseverance. This tool now helps us assess how our programs create meaningful change for students across these domains, and we use that data to inform our training, programs, and more. Working with our school means that you'll have a clear and easy way to show how our programs help you move students toward an educational goal.