Long-term, SEL improves our student's attitudes toward learning and their self-efficacy. Our researches proves that SEL increased enrolment in schools, decreased the rate of absenteeism, greater capacity for workplace success, improved mental health, reduced isolation in children, and overall healthier relationships and self-efficacy amongst children. Researches from the other universities found that the effects of SEL continue to benefit students even years after their learning. “SEL continued to boost student well-being in the form of greater social and emotional competencies, pro social behaviour, and pro social attitudes. Furthermore, SEL helps students to show lasting decreases in negative outcomes such as conduct problems, emotional distress, aggressive behaviour and social anxiety.