NC Resilience & Learning Project
The NC Center for Resilience & Learning works in partnership with schools and districts to design and implement whole-school and district-wide trauma-informed strategies to improve the academic performance and social-emotional well-being of students, needed now more than ever before. The Center utilizes two action strategies: 1) Broad-based professional development for educators to increase understanding of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and trauma, the brain science behind the stress response system, and resulting impacts on student learning and behavior. The training introduces resilience-building interventions that can improve safety and agency for students; 2) Coaching for action planning with structured steering committees in partner schools. These teams focus on creating and implementing strategies to build safer and more supportive learning environments that increase student resilience, support social-emotional learning (SEL), reduce discipline referrals, and improve learning.Visit The Website
|State or Local?
|Bladen, Columbus, Cumberland, Edgecombe, Greene, Johnston, Lee, Nash, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Pitt, Robeson
|Public School Forum of NC
|Type of Agency
|Racial Equity Lens
Eulanda Thorne ([email protected])