Nowadays schools are increasingly multicultural and multilingual with students from diverse social and economic backgrounds. Students are motivated to for learn, behave positively, and performing academically. Social and emotional learning (SEL) provides a vital foundation for positive learning, and above all enhances students' ability to succeed in school, careers, and life. Research shows that SEL not only improves achievement, but it also increases pro-social behaviors (such as kindness, sharing, and empathy). It improves student attitudes toward school, and reduces depression and stress among students. Effective SEL programming involves coordinated classroom, family support, and community practices that help students develop the following five key skills: 1. Self-awareness involves understanding one's own emotions, personal goals, and values. This includes critically assessing one's strengths and limitations, having positive mind, and possessing a well-grounded sense of self-efficacy. High levels of self-awareness require the ability to recognize how thoughts, feelings, and actions are interconnected and interdependent. 2. Self-management requires skills and attitudes that allows oneself to regulate one's own emotions and behaviors. This includes the ability to pragmatically weigh the after effects of any action, delay gratification, manage stress, control impulses, and persevere through challenges in order to achieve personal and educational goals. 3. Social awareness involves the ability to understand, empathize, and feel compassion for those with different backgrounds or cultures. It also involves understanding social norms for behavior and recognizing family, school, and community resources and supports. 4. Relationship skills help students to establish and maintain healthy and rewarding relationships with everyone around as well as with the system. It promotes behavior that is accordance with social norms. These skills involve communicating clearly, listening actively, cooperating, refusing inappropriate social pressure, constructively negotiating conflict, and requesting for help when it is needed. 5. Responsible decision making involves learning how to make constructive and positive choices about personal behavior and social interactions across diverse settings. It requires the ability to consider social and ethical standards, safety concerns, consider behavioral norms for risky behaviors, the health and well being of self and others, and to be able to have a realistic evaluation of various actions' consequences. It also involves to accepting the responsibility to set things right if the result is not as conceived. Social and emotional skills begin in early childhood, so family and early childcare settings are important. School is one of the primary places where students learn SEL. Family and community partnerships can strengthen the impact of school approaches to extending learning into the home and neighborhood. Community members and organizations can support classroom and school efforts, especially by providing students with additional opportunities to refine and apply various SEL skills thereby fostering overall growth.