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Principal Tracey Franke from Darrington, WA discusses shared trauma and CLEAR in recent Education Week Article

Posted by Cindy Zimmerman | December 14, 2016

Principal Tracey Franke discusses how a natural disaster impacted her community. With limited resources, Darrington struggled to find services to support the community at large. She discusses how the students and staff experienced both primary and secondary traumatic effects. One resource that Darrington School district received was from the Collaborative Learning for Education and Resilience (CLEAR) training model from the Child and Family Research Unit at the Washington State Extension in Spokane, WA.

Education Week: “What a Shared Trauma Meant for My School” (December 13, 2016), by Tracey Franke