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CAFRU Research and CLEAR Coordination Featured in Education Dive

Posted by levi.mcgarry | December 13, 2019

As schools increase efforts to reduce the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), the issue of screening students for ACEs has created a debate among practitioners and policymakers. In this article from Education Dive, Dr. Christopher Blodgett discusses how ACEs can be addressed in school settings, and a Vancouver school participating in the Collaborative Learning for Educational Achievement and Resilience (CLEAR) program is featured.

Education Dive: “Schools ramp up efforts to prevent, reduce impact of adverse childhood experiences” (December 12, 2019)