Trauma-Sensitive Schools Research Study Snapshot

We  are pleased to share with you a summary of the Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative (TLPI) Trauma-Sensitive Schools Descriptive Study. This two-year study by the American Institutes for Research (AIR) provides new evidence that an understanding of trauma sensitivity can lead to changes in practice and new ways of interacting with both students and with fellow staff members. In turn these new ways of thinking and changes in practice can serve as a foundation for school-wide culture change that enables students and their educators to feel safe and supported to learn and be successful. 

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Johns Hopkins’ Symposium Highlights Trauma-Sensitive Schools

In April, Johns Hopkins’ Urban Health Institute held their fourth annual symposium on the social determinants of health, “Healing Together: Community-Level Trauma– Its Causes, Consequences and Solutions,” with the goal of providing education and opportunities for partnerships to make Baltimore a more “trauma-informed” city.

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