Illinois governor signs law to include social-emotional screening in school health examinations
from ACEs Connection Network
From Feb. 7:
Consistent with being the first state to adopt standards for social emotional learning in the country, Illinois recently passed legislation (SB 565, Public Act 99-0927) to require social and emotional screenings for children as part of the their school entry examinations. Gov. Rauner signed the bill on Jan. 20. It goes into effect June 1 of this year.
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