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Policy Changes to Help Families Thrive

Education

Every student from preschool to high school should have access to a high-quality, trauma-informed, safe and supportive school environment. This is especially critical for children and young people who may have experienced violence and other traumatic events. Key strategies for helping schools address trauma and the impact of violence includes developing partnerships with domestic violence programs in the community and pushing for all schools to be trauma-informed. Trauma-informed schools help educators help all students succeed by providing needed supports, teaching life skills, and enhancing resiliency, offering healthy relationship education, and ensuring that school environments are safe and free from discrimination.

EDUCATION POLICY

Every student from preschool to high school should have access to a high-quality, trauma-informed, safe, supportive school environment that...

Practice Guidance, Report, Training

Returning to School After a Crisis: A Guide to Addressing Traumatic Events at School