Back to School!

It has been a very busy start to the 2019-2020 school year!
The Educational Access Group is working with 5 phenomenal schools across Denver and Aurora to sustainably integrate trauma-informed approaches. Some of the schools are well into their 3rd year and others are only a few weeks into this transformative work. As we head into year 4 of this work we continue to be inspired by the educators we get to work with and the positive shifts we are seeing in schools, students and staff. Hope everyone’s year is off to a great start! #education #traumainformed #equity  

Summer Time Learning!

The Educational Access Group had an amazing time training with the Neurisequential Network at the Neurosequential Model for Education (NME) Bootcamp in Peoria! We share out work on the different ways these neurosequential concepts can be utilized in schools to support behavior management as well as allow all students an equitable educational experience regardless of trauma. It is inspirational to work with so many passionate educators across the country! Working together on events like this, continuing to connect educators and sharing trauma-informed best practices will lead to powerful shifts in education! #traumainformededucation

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An Impactful Year 1

The Educational Access Group has the honor of working with so many amazing educators! Yesterday we ended our 1st year with AUL by celebrating and reflecting on an impactful and transformative year. This school embodies the trauma-informed mindset and as a result they have seen incredible growth in their staff and students. We are excited for year 2! Thank you AUL staff for letting us be part of your year and for all the work you do!


EdAG on the Road!

The Educational Access Group has been on the road training at the Neurosequential Model Bootcamps across Arizona. We are focusing on implementation and the application of trauma-informed best practices in the classroom. Supporting teachers, district personnel and administrators bring trauma-informed practices and concepts back to their coworkers is our goal and we hope will help shift educational systems, allowing more students equitable access to education. There is so much great work happening across Arizona, we have been inspired by all the educators we have had the chance to work with over the last few days. Thank you to the Child Trauma Academy and the Arizona Department of Ed for having us!