While students are staying home, social emotional learning is especially important now more than ever. Today we look at the mental health needs that many kids may be facing at home right now and ways to support social emotional learning from a distance.
- Dr. Katie Rosanbalm, Senior Research Scientist, Duke Center for Child and Family Policy
- Cynthia Floyd, State Consultant for School Counseling, NC Department of Public Instruction
- Phil Cook, Principal of West Greene Elementary School, Greene County