Research has shown that ACEs and trauma affect a child’s brain development, cognition, behavior, and social-emotional development. The good news is that whether we are a principal, classroom teacher, school counselor, custodian, or bus driver, we each have a sphere of influence in which we can make a difference for our students. Schoolwide systems that engage the entire staff create a universal culture of compassion and achievement that provides students with consistent support, structure, and nurturance.
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Building Resilience in Students Impacted by Adverse Childhood Experiences
By Victoria E. Romero, Ricky Robertson & Amber Nicole Warner