We recently completed a focus group report that includes insights from secondary school students about how schools are and how they should be.
The Learning Community Blog features guest contributors and an ongoing discussion with Learning Community Members
Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine Clark along with Congressmen Mike Quigley (D-IL) and Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) recently introduced the Trauma-Informed Schools Act of 2019.
This month’s blog post explores one of the key findings of the AIR research report related to readiness or the extent to which the school is both willing and able to undertake the process of becoming trauma sensitive, safe and supportive. We also share readiness questions that can help your school determine readiness to engage in the work of becoming trauma sensitive.
TLPI Director, Susan Cole, shares news from the Trauma Aware Schools Conference In Australia.
We are pleased to share with you a summary of the Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative (TLPI) Trauma-Sensitive Schools Descriptive Study.
Please click on the video to hear about exciting new research from Susan Cole, Director of the Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative (TLPI).
This month, we share a ten minute video featuring TLPI’s Training Director, Joe Ristuccia, Ed.M., sharing key information on HOW we create trauma-sensitive, safe and supportive schools. Creating a trauma-sensitive school is about engaging in a process of change that embraces the uniqueness of each school community.
We write this month to share a newly published article with you. The February, 2109 edition of School Administrator, the American Association of School Administrators’ award-winning monthly magazine, features an article written by TLPI’s Director, Susan Cole.
We are excited to share a new video with you. Over the course of several months last year, we shared blogs that included a series of videos that schools can use for training and professional development. This month’s blog features a video of TLPI Training Director, Joel M. Ristuccia, Ed.M., addressing the need for a whole-school approach to trauma-sensitivity and the importance of building community for all students.
In this month’s post, we turn our attention to the vital role of school building leadership — principals or headmasters — in creating a trauma-sensitive school.