How Educators Can Embed Social-Emotional Learning and Trauma-Sensitive Practices Across Students’ Educational Experience

Describes two frameworks for trauma-sensitive practices in schools and offers ideas for how educators can embed social-emotional learning and trauma-sensitive practices into their work by highlighting the work of school districts partnering with REL Appalachia. 

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