Learn what trauma-informed education is, its benefits, and how to get started on a classroom or school-wide level.
- Educators can take the initiative to provide safe and welcoming spaces in their classrooms and school community.220
- Students can develop the core competencies of social and emotional learning with the support of strong relationships with teachers.598
- Teachers can rebuild connections and create an educational environment in which they support students and each other.1.7k
- Data shows that Black youth are especially prone to develop mental health issues but less likely to seek out or receive the specialized services and care they need.902
- Being mindful of the many difficulties the youngest students may be experiencing is one way teachers can help them weather the pandemic.140
- The phrase “trauma informed” is everywhere, but what does it mean to bring that lens to school settings? Get started with a basic definition.
- Alumni at a predominantly White high school opened up about the racism they experienced as students—and helped change the culture of the school.529