Yes. SEL skills such as self-awareness and decision making are essential to a student's success. Giving students a grade on their SEL abilities shows they are important and encourages students to develop these skills.
40% (51 votes)
No. Students should learn basic social skills, but schools should emphasize academic learning. Students who excel or lag behind in this area can be awarded or penalized in other ways. Their proficiency should not be reflected in their grades.
20% (26 votes)
Maybe. Schools would be wise to incorporate SEL in the classroom and can test students on these skills via study-related projects. However, an individual grade on students' SEL abilities might not be necessary.
39% (50 votes)
Total votes: 127