Almost half of U.S. students have experienced adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), many of which are severe events that leave students to live in a state of emergency. All faculty and staff on a school campus must be accountable for helping kids overcome trauma by building a nurturing environment, setting high expectations, and intentionally engaging in meaningful relationships. Is this something that your school is struggling with?

Watch this webinar to learn how caring adults can support children who have suffered ACEs. Led by Tamara Fyke, author and creator of the Love In A Big World social-emotional learning curriculum, this leader-focused webinar will share research-informed strategies to become a trusted ally. You’ll learn new ways you and your faculty and staff can make sure your trauma-impacted students feel like they belong at school and can succeed academically.