WEBINAR TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2020 1:00-2:00 PM ET

Measuring the Impact of Social, Emotional & Behavioral Supports

Five key learnings for using an Academic Return on Investment approach to determine what is working, for which students, and at what cost

In an environment of rising student needs, many school districts are implementing programs designed to improve and expand social, emotional, and behavioral supports for students. While anecdotal feedback is often very positive, district leaders often have the sense that they are trying lots of programs without really knowing which ones are having an impact.

Facing tight budgets, it's critical that districts implement effective measurement systems to know which programs are both cost-effective and making a measurable difference for students. This webinar will share best practices for measuring the impact of your school district's social, emotional, and behavioral supports for students using an Academic Return on Investment approach.

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During this webinar for superintendents and central office leaders, you will learn:

  • Why most districts struggle to measure the effectiveness of social, emotional, and behavioral supports for students
  • How an Academic Return on Investment (A-ROI) approach can help overcome measurement challenges to determine what is actually having an impact
  • Five key learnings for successfully measuring the impact of your school district's social, emotional, and behavioral supports

About Our Speaker

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Nathan Levenson

Managing Director, DMGroup

As managing director at DMGroup, Nathan Levenson works with superintendents and their leadership teams to better serve students despite tight financial times. Nate brings a depth of past experience as a public school superintendent, school board member, and private sector CEO. Over the past decade, Nate has led efforts to improve outcomes for all students and helped districts better manage limited resources to maximize impact in nearly 200 districts across 25 states.

Nate is a recognized thought leader in improving social, emotional, and behavioral supports for students, a frequent speaker at national conferences, and a published author on strategies for tackling critical school district challenges and improving outcomes for students.