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Program Evaluation Reports

A primary focus of CAFRU is evaluation of programs that counter the impact of complex trauma on individuals, families, systems, and communities. CAFRU faculty and staff conduct evaluation to:

  • Foster long-term success in early learning and K–12 education, primary health care, and other natural systems,
  • Build understanding of the lasting effects of traumatic childhood experiences.


This project focused on the deliverance of the trauma-informed schools’ intervention, Collaborative Learning for Educational Achievement and Resilience (CLEAR), in four demonstration schools distributed between Washington State and Oregon in the service area supported by Kaiser-Permanente Northwest.

Kaiser Permanente Special Initiative: Improving Social and Academic Success through Trauma-Informed Schools | 2022 



In the 2017-18 school year, Juneau Schools in cooperation with the Juneau Community Foundation, The Alaska Children’s Trust, and the Alaska Mental Health Board supported the launch of the three-year long CLEAR program in three Juneau elementary schools: Glacier Valley, Harborview, and Riverbend.

Collaborative Learning for Educational Achievement and Resilience (CLEAR) | Juneau Pilot Project Evaluation | 2021

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