The Hill: Social and emotional learning boosts students with disabilities

Just in time for the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), legislators returned to work and were reminded of the importance of providing students who learn differently the support they need to achieve educational equity. Claire Wolters features Eye to Eye in her piece, “Social and emotional learning boosts students with disabilities,” in The Hill’s new Changing America section.

Social-emotional learning in education is on the rise, and Eye to Eye is on the front lines to ensure that students who learn differently have a voice. 

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