WEBINAR: Attend to the Whole Child: Non-Academic Factors within MTSS

Research shows that students’ social and emotional behaviors and attitudes toward school and academics play a key role in their ability to learn and succeed in school and their overall wellbeing. To accelerate learning and equitably improve outcomes, educators must be equipped to take a whole child approach to addressing non-academic barriers to student achievement. However, finding the process to gather the right non-academic information and pairing it with academic data can be complex and challenging. Join Education Week to learn practical, evidence-based strategies for proactively identifying and addressing non-academic barriers within a Multi-Tiered Systems of Suppohttps://www.future-ed.org/wp-admin/post.php?post=20831&action=edit#rt (MTSS) framework.