An Approach Tailored to Your District

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A Plan That Works for Your Needs

Ready to see the benefits of social-emotional learning at work in your schools? Our expert team is here to guide your journey by offering personalized strategies and insights to seamlessly integrate social-emotional learning into your district.

What You’ll Receive

  • Planning and implementation ideas, including how to support educators and engage families
  • Program and budget options, available discounts, and grant opportunities
  • How to set up a free trial of the Second Step® Elementary and Second Step® Middle School digital programs or Second Step® SEL for Adults

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You’ll learn how Second Step® programs can align with your district’s social, emotional, and academic goals.

Why Should You Consider Second Step® Programs?

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A Research- and Evidence-Based Approach

Five key commitments to research quality and integrity set our programs apart with great experiences and positive outcomes for students.

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Wide-Scale Impact and Positive Outcomes

More than 26 million children in 45,000 schools in all 50 states and around the world benefit from our social-emotional learning programs each year.

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Cultural Relevance and Responsiveness

Second Step programs are designed to be culturally relevant and inclusive, promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in educational settings.


Build Positive School Communities

Research-based Second Step programs combine classroom social-emotional learning for early learning through high school with offerings for out-of-school time and adults. The programs are designed to help students learn how to cope with challenges, create positive relationships, work together to solve problems, and manage strong emotions. These social-emotional skills help students succeed in the classroom and throughout their lives.