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The Trifecta: Developmental Relationships, Equitable Environments, and SEL are the Three Things Young People Need Right Now

Wednesday, September 16, 2020 12:00-1:00 PM, Central Time

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Join Search Institute's President and CEO, Kent Pekel, as he tells us about the results from the most recent research on developmental relationships. In this engaging free training, you'll learn:

  • Which elements of the developmental relationships framework young people experienced most and least often
  • How young people experienced developmental relationships throughout their K-12 experience
  • Which setting young people experienced developmental relationships in more often
  • How adults viewed instances of developmental relationships compared to youth
  • How equitable environments and developmental relationships factor into social emotional learning
  • The associations we found between developmental relationships, diversity, equity and inclusion, and social-emotional learning

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About our presenter:Kent PekelPresident and CEO of Search Institute

Kent Pekel is an educational leader who has worked at the school, district, state, federal, and university levels. Throughout his diverse career, he has sought to bridge research, practice, and policy to help young people from marginalized communities learn and thrive. Kent is currently President and CEO of Search Institute, an internationally recognized not-for-profit organization that conducts applied research and develops practical resources that enhance the capacity of schools, youth programs, and other organizations to help young people be and become their best selves. Among other recent recognition, in 2018 Search Institute received the Award for Organizational Excellence in Research and Programming for Youth from the Society for Research on Adolescence.

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