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Youth Survey Data Shows Rise in Vaping, Depression [vtdigger.com]

By Lola Duffort, Vermont Digger, February 7, 2020 Half of all high school students in Vermont have tried electronic vapor products like e-cigarettes, up from just 30% in 2015. That’s according to results from the 2019 Youth Risk Behavior Survey, a study administered statewide to thousands of Vermont students every two years. The YRBS was developed by the Centers for Disease Control in 1990 to monitor behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death, disease and injury among young...
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National Crittenton Signs on to PUSHOUT ACT [nationalcrittenton.org]

By Natalia Orozco, National Crittenton, December 5, 2019 National Crittenton is a 136-year-old national advocacy organization with a singular focus on the needs, potential, and power of girls and young people across the gender spectrum, centering those of color. The public education system has always been our best chance at having an early warning system that recognizes the complex context of students’ lives – ideally offering safety, support and opportunities for students to heal, learn and...
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California's First Surgeon General: Screen Every Student for Childhood Trauma [nbcnews.com]

By Patrice Gaines, NBC News, October 11, 2019 Dr. Nadine Burke Harris has an ambitious dream: screen every student for childhood trauma before entering school. "A school nurse would also get a note from a physician that says: 'Here is the care plan for this child's toxic stress. And this is how it shows up,'" said Burke Harris, who was appointed California's first surgeon general in January. "It could be it shows up in tummy aches. Or it's impulse control and behavior, and we offer a care...
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Re: California's First Surgeon General: Screen Every Student for Childhood Trauma [nbcnews.com]

Linda Manaugh ·
Can anyone speak to the details of how this will be rolled out, how resources will be allocated? Based on number of ACEs? Weighting of ACEs based on type, number of occurrence of an ACE, etc.? How are the resources paid for?
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Re: California's First Surgeon General: Screen Every Student for Childhood Trauma [nbcnews.com]

Jim Walters ·
I have the highest respect for Dr. Harris and her leadership within our trauma-informed movement. As the original "ACEs 10" has now awaken us to widen our scope to include those systemic injustices, race, poverty, LGBTQ+, indigenous, etc.; would any of these be included in these screeners?
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