Chronic Stress and ACEs
Michael Lamb, Executive Director, Washington, D.C. shares the role that chronic stress and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) have on students. As part of his presentation, he shares the power a teacher has to impact the lives of children, especially those dealing with chronic stress and ACEs. Lamb shares data about how students dealing these challenges are much more likely to have learning and behavioral problems.
This video was produced by the Teacher Union Reform Network (TURN) and recorded at the Regional TURN Summer Conference 2016. Click here to watch the other videos in this six-part series.
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