I am curious to know how members of the group are seeing trauma-informed care being implemented in local/state education agencies or even private education/community support agencies that look at collective impact.   Particularly, in addition to reading/math strategies, technology, curricula-- as observed in your work--which improvement content/strategies/competencies are emphasized by local/state education agencies with high federal programs funding/high utilization of free-reduced lunch?  Secondly, do and in what ways have you observed state/local education agencies operationalize the adversity studies/research in their theories of change/logic models?
 
Evaluation-focused organization development and trauma-informed care in education are central themes of my logic/thesis for planned doctoral study in organization development and current job search in education program monitoring and evaluation.   I see lots of discussion in California LEAs, but what does "trauma-informed care in education" look like in your experience?
 
Kind regards,
Denise

P. Denise Long, M.S., OT, CFLE
* Certified Family Life Educator
* M.S., educational psychology (learning and cognition)
* Healing-informed organization development and evaluation (education-focused; communities of practice & transformation; Black family engagement)

"Part of what we are doing in the modern world is...essentially a product of the inertia of previous generations' good and bad decisions." - Dr. Bruce Perry
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