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Edited: 12/31/2019 1:08 PM
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Trauma-Informed Schools Framework

Trauma and adverse childhood experiences, if unaddressed, could negatively affect student attendance, curricular achievement, and postsecondary outcomes. 

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network released a framework to address the effect of trauma on students, families, educators and the broader community. 

The framework describes a three-tier support system that school personnel could implement for students experiencing trauma. 

The document also identifies ten focus areas, including family engagement, community partnerships, educator professional development, and social-emotional learning approaches delivered alongside instruction. 

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  • Matthew Smith
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Matthew Smith

Trauma and adverse childhood experiences, if unaddressed, could negatively affect student attendance, curricular achievement, and postsecondary outcomes. 

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network released a framework to address the effect of trauma on students, families, educators and the broader community. 

The framework describes a three-tier support system that school personnel could implement for students experiencing trauma. 

The document also identifies ten focus areas, including family engagement, community partnerships, educator professional development, and social-emotional learning approaches delivered alongside instruction. 

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