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Hello Nick, City Council reacted with much interest, and maybe a little surprise, and (I am hoping) eventually some follow through and action. Time will tell. Their questions to-date are all about statistics, or quantitative research learning. I take the fact that they are even asking questions, as a hopeful positive signal. Daun
Daun, This letter is an incredible example of how we should and can engage in policy change while educating our elected officials and the general public. The way in which you outlined the role of childhood trauma, in particular ACEs, and the implications for education, is incredible! Thank you so much for providing such a great example for those of us wanting to engage in trauma informed policy work!
Thank you for your comment, Tina - yes, aren't these a great series? As part of creating a safe learning space in these interactive workshops, participants engage in reflective opportunities with each other and the Course Trainer as part of the process, so they are not video taped. Glad you asked the question!
Well thanks. Group learning is an awesome way to gain more. I wonder if we could build a team to provide similar learning experiences for our folks in Michigan? I think we can maybe with a little assistance and a lot of passion. Thanks
If a pair of powerful Pennsylvania state senators get their way, a burgeoning approach to managing student behavior could become a mandate. State Sens. Pat Browne, R-Lehigh, and Vincent Hughes, D-Philadelphia, announced a proposal last week to create a “trauma-informed system of education.” The central plank of their proposal is a requirement that all teachers, school board members, and school employees “with direct contact with students” receive trauma-informed training. The details don’t...
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