DMN: Dallas ISD steps up as Texas kicks far too many of its youngest kids out of class


A new editorial from the Dallas Morning News details the positive ways Dallas ISD is emphasizing social and emotional learning with younger students to help address any underlying mental-health issues that could lead them to act out in class.

The editorial details how Dallas ISD and Big Thought, with a grant from the Wallace Foundation, are “training elementary school teachers to help students understand what’s happening in their brains and how to better handle their emotions.”

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Go here to read the full Dallas Morning News editorial and see other ways Dallas ISD is addressing behavioral issues through social and emotional learning.

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