PATHS® Making an Impact in England

Posted under PATHS Curriculum, PATHS in Schools, PATHS Training.

From Wales Online:   Pupils at six Bridgend county primary schools have improved their behavior and learnt how to be nicer to each other thanks to an innovative programme delivered by Barnardo’s, the UK’s largest children’s charity. The youngsters, and others from primary schools in Rhondda Cynon Taf and Swansea, have been taught how to… Read more »

Mark Greenberg on Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted under healthy students and social emotional learning, Mark Greenberg, PATHS in Schools, Social Emotional Learning.

Mark Greenberg was on Wisconsin Public Radio recently to talk about the importance of social and emotional learning. Here’s a bit of what the interview covered: What makes children develop into healthy adults? Understanding what those early characteristics are in children that lead to future outcomes is something that Kathleen’s guest has been looking for. … Read more »

Investment in Social Emotional Learning Pays Big Dividends

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A new study from the Washington State Institute for Public Policy shows that for every one dollar invested in PATHS®, policymakers can expect $15.66 in benefits. The study examined implementation of the PATHS® curriculum and its impact on student test score performance over time. Based on the results and existing data related to student tests… Read more »