The Emergence of Social Emotional Learning and 
the Implications for the Black child

by Lathardus Goggins II, Ed.D. on Scribd

Black Child Journal Originally published 1982. Relaunch Summer 2012.

The purpose of the Black Child Journal is to focus on issues that are critical to the development of the Black child. 

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The Essentials:

SEL WheelEquityCulturally Responsive TeachingCounter Narrative

Featured Books, Articles & Notes:

African-centered Rites of Pasage and Education Lathardus Goggins IIAfrican-centered Rites of Pasage and Education Lathardus Goggins II

Education for Transformation: The Keys to Releasing the Genius of African American Students


From a Nation at Risk to a Nation at Hope. Recommendations from The Aspen Institute National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development.

SEL, Whole Child Education and Student Readiness: How do They Connect?

Social-Emotional Learning and Academic Achievement: Using Causal Methods to Explore Classroom-Level Mechanisms

Teaching Adolescents to Become Learners The Role of Noncognitive Factors in Shaping School Performance

Foundations for Young Adult Success A Developmental Framework

Addressing the African American Achievement Gap: Three Leading Educators Issue a Call to Action

Additional Resources:

Featured Audio & Video:

James Baldwin's "A Talk To Teachers"

Delivered October 16, 1963, as “The Negro Child – His Self-Image”; originally published in The Saturday Review, December 21, 1963

[click here for text of original talk]

Powerful Partnerships: Educational Success Through Family Engagement - Karen L. Mapp Ed.D.

Excerpts from Reclaiming the Black Male Image:
The intersection of Identity & Achievement (2015)

ACEs and Toxic Stress:
Rewriting the Story for the Next Generation

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Resources & Research:

Forward Promise Research and Resources / Coalition for African-centered Rites of Passage / / /
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