Hi there! I am a doctoral candidate/researcher in Madison, WI. I am seeking input from fellow educators and researchers regarding gaps and needs in the most current research. I am leaning toward classrooms and teacher self-efficacy. I would so appreciate input to build and finalize authentic and valued questions.

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Hey Suzanne,

I'm a school-based Trauma Educator in Northern California -- one of the conversations I keep saying hasn't happened yet is the connection between trauma-impacted kids and special education diagnosis. (A million years ago, before ACEs) my dissertation looked at outcomes for two categories of SPED: SED and EDBD - severely emotionally disturbed and emotionally disturbed behaviorally disordered -- now, with all the ACEs research we know that these are the kids -- mostly black and brown -- who are impacted by trauma, likely complex trauma. During my trainings I frequently get questions regarding different SPED diagnoses because trauma symptoms can mimic behaviors identifiable as ADHD, for example. 

So - my input on where there are gaps would be to address this open question of ACEs and SPED :-) Happy to talk more offline if you'd like... 

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