The story of the Resilience & Learning work at Bullock Elementary School in Lee County is featured on the ncIMPACT TV show
“The Final Word” for Education Matters written by Elizabeth DeKonty and Mary Ann Wolf about the importance of trauma-informed practices in schools today.
Education Matters episode featuring two leaders in Nash County sharing about the importance of trauma-informed practices in their schools and how they’ve made it a priority.
This article, done by Mashable, shares part of the trauma-informed journey that McGee’s Crossroads Elementary School in Johnston County has been on the last few years, even through the ups and downs of Covid and school closures.
This EdNC article by NC Center for Resilience and Learning staff member, Stacey Craig, discusses the importance of taking care of staff and promoting self-care within schools as a part of the ongoing culture.
This Education Matters episode features student services staff from Johnston County and Nash County sharing about their experience on how to support the social and emotional well-being of staff and students in schools during Covid-19 and school closures.
Education Matters episode with two educators from Perquimans County and Nash County sharing the importance of staff self-care and what their schools and districts are doing to support educator wellness during the challenging times with Covid.
Education Matters episode featuring educators from Nash and Edgecombe Counties sharing about their journeys of working toward becoming a trauma-informed school.
Elizabeth DeKonty, the Director of the NC Center for Resilience & Learning, is a part of a panel of other local leaders working on trauma-informed work in our state. Learn more about ACEs and local work being done across NC through this panel featured on the ncIMPACT TV show.
This EdNC article shares about the work and lessons learned in the very first year of the NC Center for Resilience and Learning in 2018.
This EdNC article features the announcement in 2018 when the NC Center for Resilience and Learning received new funding to expand their work into six new districts in their second year.