October 25, 2018
Our thanks to Dr. Katie Rosanbalm, Senior Research Scientist at the Duke University, Center for Child and Family Policy for presenting on this week’s The Intersection: A Biweekly Education Policy Conversation. Katie joined us to share her breadth of knowledge as a clinical and quantitative child psychologist, on program implementation and evaluation of “trauma-informed” practices and training in school-based settings. She discussed how schools and districts are integrating “trauma-informed” practices to emphasize strengths-based perspectives for adults interacting with children who have experienced trauma or adversity. The webinar was an excellent primer for educators and leaders to begin a deep dive into how to go about implementation in their own schools for this important work that provides wide-reaching benefits.
For more on our conversation with Katie, please check out the full webinar below!
We hope you’ll join us for our next webinar on Wednesday, November 7th at 1pm (EST). We look forward to talking with Jessica Cardichon, Director of Federal Policy and Stephen Kostyo, Policy Advisor at the Learning Policy Institute. They will share with us their research from their latest report “Making ESSA’s Equity Promise Real,” which will provide strategies for state’s to help close opportunity gaps.
Stay tuned and follow us on Twitter for details on how to register.
See you at the Intersection,
The Hunt Team