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Reducing Suspensions: How a SEL Program Can Transform Staff, Children, and Families

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Margaret Armour, Inclusion and Behavior Support Specialist, Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning

Alicia Prather, Inclusion and Behavior Support Specialist, Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning

Presentation Abstract

The focus of this session is to explore how early educators can build social emotional competence amongst staff, children, and families and how that contributes to decreasing school suspensions and expulsions. This session will also explore how to embed the Pyramid Model throughout daily administrative practices. The ideal audience for this session is center directors, assistant directors, owners, principals, and administrators.

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This session explores how early educators and administrators can build social emotional competence amongst staff, children, and families by embedding the Pyramid Model throughout program and administrative practices and how that contributes to decreasing preschool suspensions and expulsions.

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Reducing Suspensions: How a SEL Program Can Transform Staff, Children, and Families

The focus of this session is to explore how early educators can build social emotional competence amongst staff, children, and families and how that contributes to decreasing school suspensions and expulsions. This session will also explore how to embed the Pyramid Model throughout daily administrative practices. The ideal audience for this session is center directors, assistant directors, owners, principals, and administrators.