Social-emotional surveys are valuable for identifying the students who need support and tracking progress on the discrete skills that contribute to their overall social-emotional well-being. However, making the data actionable for every student can be a challenge. Join Classworks session to hear how school districts are using SE survey results to create SMART Goals for students. We'll share specific example goals that build CASEL core competencies such as self-awareness, self-management, responsible decision-making, relationship skills, and social awareness skills. Plus, we'll review using the SMART framework to help students set and achieve realistic goals that will positively impact their social-emotional and behavioral well-being, and, in turn, improve academic achievement.