Webinar Series: Be Set Apart! Social-Emotional Learning as Path to Increasing Retention and Growing Enrollment
Part Two: Does Your School Attract? Social Emotional Learning as a Tool for Increasing Enrollment
Register today to be equipped with a Marketing and Communication Plan Template for 20/21 school year. PLUS learn more about how biblically based social-emotional learning can support teachers, students, and families in the aftermath of COVID-19.
Relationships matter. Our greatest commandment is to Love God. The second is to love others. And yet, students across the nation are walking into schools ill-prepared socially and emotionally which has created a crisis of connection like never before. Parents are seeking schools for their children that not only prepare them for college and careers, but that prepare them to be happy and fulfilled in life. According to the national market research by NCEA and FADICA, preparing students for the job market, teaching strong communication skills, moral development and a strong sense of community are among the top reasons parents choose Catholic schools. Top employers report a need for a workforce that not only is well versed in academics, but strong in “soft skills” such as interpersonal relationships, positive communication, understanding diversity and the ability to lead or work on a team. Biblically-based social emotional learning is a strong potential selling point to serve the needs of students and attract families looking for something more than just an education when selecting a school. This webinar will describe how SEL contributes to school culture as well as how it can set your school apart in attracting new families to your community.
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