Proponents of trauma-informed education emphasize that the approach is not simply an additional program that fits into an existing school
In a March 2019 report, Philadelphia-based Research for Action cited several examples of successful strides toward trauma-informed education. These included
Two developments in the mid-1990s brought the term social and emotional learning (SEL) into widespread use in the education world.
Joanna Schwartz, a 2nd-grade teacher at Eliza B. Kirkbride Elementary School, was about to take a scheduled break and desperately
Every year since its founding in 1999, the Philadelphia Youth Network (PYN) has provided summer internships to high school students
Today’s employers often say that many young job applicants they see who are smart and well-trained still lack the “soft
For many Philadelphia Youth Network interns, some of their most valuable experiences involve not only the skills and work habits
As she heads into her junior year at George Washington Carver High School of Engineering & Science, Shikeah Williams has
Ninawone Zarwie says the high point of her internship at Cancer Treatment Centers of America was witnessing an operation where
Lindsay Edwards was delighted when her 4-year-old son, Grey, came home from school wanting to talk about the Rev. Dr.