The Trauma Informed Teacher – The Silent Front Line

The Trauma Informed Teacher – The Silent Front Line by Ransom for Israel is featured as a CAC Tuesday Talk topic. As teachers and students are preparing to head back into the classrooms, it’s important to know that more than 50% of all students have at least 1 or more ACE (adverse childhood experiences). This article serves as a great resource in recognizing signs of ACEs in students and ways to support them. Visit the link to learn more.

Want to take it a step further? Email CAC Education Specialist, Melanie Halbrook at [email protected] to book a free Trauma to Resilience training.

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