Reopening Schools Post Disaster

America’s schools face unprecedented natural and human-made disasters. Read how trauma-informed educators are at the forefront of recovery.

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Karen Gross, far left, engaged in post-session discussion at the Trauma-Sensitive Schools conference in Washington, D.C.

Disaster affects us all — directly and vicariously.

We are more beautiful for being broken.

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Sample of Kintsugi pottery by Haragayato, Wikimedia Commons

Trauma is not short-lived. Recovery isn’t easy or fast.

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Author, Educator & Commentator; Former President, Southern Vermont College; Former Senior Policy Advisor, US Dept. of Education; Former Law Professor

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