||North Carolina Resilience and Learning Project / Katie Rosanbalm, Elizabeth DeKonty, and Sheronda Fleming -- Trauma-informed partnering / Jack Leonard -- Our school behavioral health "y'alliance" : the development of a rural school-community-university collaboration focused on supporting children who have experienced trauma / Travis Lewis, Karen Koch, Kia Glosson, and Karen Harrington -- Pedagogy and adverse childhood experiences : a teacher's action-learning journey in mitigating the impact of trauma through changing teaching practice / Michelle Montgomery, Roberto H. Parada, and Brenda Dobia -- Systemic school reform partnership to address adverse childhood experiences in Flint, Michigan / Bryan Beverly, Nicole Ellefson, and Brian J. Boggs -- River of emotions : reflecting on a university-school-community partnership to support children's emotional processing in a post-disaster context / Carol Mutch, Jason Miles, and Sarah Yates -- Increasing trauma-informed practices in a high poverty elementary school : a school, university, and community partnership / Betty V. DeBoer and Alyssa M. Boardman -- Schoolwide trauma-informed professional development : we can! building relationships and resilience / Armeda Stevenson Wojciak, Jan Powers, and Laura Medberry -- An integrated approach to mitigating adverse childhood experiences through trauma-informed yoga / Lauren Dotson Davis and Rebecca Buchanan -- Bridging education and neuroscience to support transformation in teaching and learning : a design-based approach / Alison Wishard Guerra, Shana R. Cohen, Amanda Datnow, Timothy Brown, Terry Jernigan, Matt Doyle, and Alan Daly -- Coalescing streams : interrupting the progression of adversity through cross-sector mobilization and systems alignment / John T. King, Aprille Phillips, Todd Bloomquist, and Peter Buckley -- A research-practice partnership serving students experiencing trauma : best practices revealed by an investigation of a dropout prevention alternative school / Nicole Ralston, Rebecca Smith, Cara Megan Wright, and Jacqueline Waggoner -- Creating holistic trauma-informed schools : school-based health centers / Sherry Shamblin, Dawn Graham, and Erin Lucas.
||"Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) may include major disruptive events (e.g., earthquakes, hurricanes, or floods), but more pervasive is the impact of the daily stress of coping with one of more of the facets of family challenges (e.g., economic hardship and its attendant issues) or even dysfunction (e.g., parent or guardian divorce or separation, or living with neglectful or abusive parents). The use of the term pervasive is warranted. For example, as highlighted in the Introduction, a 2019 study of the findings emerging from the 2016 National Survey of Children's Health found that, among the more than 45,000 children on whom parents reported data, more than one-fifth experienced economic hardship and parent/guardian divorce. The consequences for educators of children exposed to ACEs are far-reaching and have galvanized the attention of a broad swath of educational researchers and practitioners. As discussed in a 2019 insightful five-part series in Education Week (https://www.edweek.org/ew/collections/trauma-sensitive-schools/index.html), the consequences include the imperative for teachers and educational leaders to adopt an informed approach to alleviating the educational impact of ACEs on their students while making provision for their own well-being. In this volume, various authors explore the educational context of ACEs and describe and reflect on their research-inspired endeavors to integrate the resources of schools, universities, and communities to sustain a safe and supportive educational environment for and build the resilience of all students"-- Provided by publisher.