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López, Ruth M. – National Education Policy Center, 2021
The focus of this brief is on the education of unaccompanied immigrant children arriving from Central America and Mexico, fleeing violence and poverty in their countries. Upon arrival, these children encounter a complicated immigration legal system, while having to navigate a new society within an anti-immigrant sociopolitical context. In recent…
Descriptors: Undocumented Immigrants, Immigration, Public Policy, Trauma
Edyburn, Kelly L.; Meek, Shantel – Society for Research in Child Development, 2021
In recent years, families with children from the Northern Triangle countries of Central America constitute a large and growing proportion of migrants and overall filed asylum claims. In an effort to deter overall immigration through the U.S.-Mexico border, the executive branch under the Trump administration has made substantial changes to federal…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Immigration, Undocumented Immigrants, Political Issues
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Buchanan, Rebecca; Davis, Lauren; Cury, Trisha – Networks: An Online Journal for Teacher Research, 2021
There are many factors influencing the learning environment in public school settings. As such, the recognition of developing a multidimensional approach incorporating a variety of "tools" for a teacher's toolbox can prove to be very effective. Research indicates that movement is one such tool that can increase the capacity for students…
Descriptors: Grade 1, Elementary School Students, Rural Schools, Brain
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Werderich, Donna E.; Johnson, Jennifer – School-University Partnerships, 2021
Teacher candidates benefit from dynamic clinical practices embedded in teacher preparation programs. In this article, we discuss Clinical Urban Plunge (CUP), a clinically-based approach to integrating social justice and equity education in our Middle Level Teaching and Learning Program at Northern Illinois University. More specifically, we explain…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, College School Cooperation, Preservice Teacher Education, Experiential Learning
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Greaves, Morten; Nabhani, Mona; Bahous, Rima – International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (QSE), 2021
Education plays a key role in safeguarding the well-being of refugee children but providing high-quality educational experiences to the approximately 500,000 Syrian school aged children living in Lebanon is an unprecedented challenge. This exploratory case-study utilizes phenomenological interviews to explore the lived-experiences and perceptions…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Background, Refugees, Nonformal Education
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Hernandez Rivera, Stephanie; Frias, Dora S. – Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education, 2021
In this paper, we utilize conocimiento as a method to work towards Coyolxauhqui consciousness, and recorded pláticas where we examine our experiences as two Queer Latina, early-career practitioners in student affairs. This work was our effort to understand, process, and heal from experiences that have been oppressive, hurtful, and damaging to us.…
Descriptors: Hispanic Americans, Females, Homosexuality, Spanish Speaking
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Koslouski, Jessica B.; Stark, Kristabel – Elementary School Journal, 2021
This study explored elementary teachers' strategies for promoting learning for their students experiencing adversity and trauma. Recent data suggest that nearly half of all elementary school students in the United States have experienced at least one potentially traumatic event, which may have significant and negative consequences in the…
Descriptors: Trauma, Teacher Student Relationship, Elementary School Teachers, Elementary School Students
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Gunn, Alana – Health Education & Behavior, 2021
Formerly incarcerated women face diverse challenges to re-entry, which include recovering from health illnesses and trauma to navigating various systems of stigma and surveillance. It is these multilevel challenges to reintegration that also make formerly incarcerated women vulnerable participants in research. As such, this qualitative study…
Descriptors: Institutionalized Persons, Correctional Institutions, Ethics, Females
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Cacari Stone, Lisa; Avila, Magdalena; Duran, Bonnie – Health Education & Behavior, 2021
Purpose: Historical trauma has been widely applied to American Indian/Alaska Native and other Indigenous populations and includes dimensions of language, sociocultural, and land losses and associated physical and mental disorders, as well as economic hardships. Insufficient evidence remains on the experiences of historical trauma due to waves of…
Descriptors: Trauma, Epistemology, American Indians, History
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Easter, Nicholas – Schools: Studies in Education, 2021
In March 2020, schools along with businesses across the United States began to shut down as a result of COVID-19. In addition, the slayings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor would spark civil unrest during the polarizing election year with President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden on a crash course to be elected as the commander…
Descriptors: Assistant Principals, African Americans, Males, Teacher Leadership
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Luongo, David – Schools: Studies in Education, 2021
Life as a school principal is intense. Burnout and high turnover are realities for many principals. Student deaths, school shootings, and other emotionally heavy scenarios can be challenging for administrators to navigate. Throughout this article David Luongo shares his personal encounters with burnout. Principal Luongo makes the claim that the…
Descriptors: Principals, Burnout, Work Environment, Administrator Responsibility
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Sieben, Andrew; Lust, Katherine; Crose, Ainslee; Renner, Lynette M.; Nguyen, Ruby H. N. – Journal of American College Health, 2021
Objective: Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) may be detrimental to health, yet are understudied in Asians/Pacific Islanders (API). We described the prevalence of individual ACEs among API college students compared to White college students. Participants: College students (n = 8,472) from 17 Minnesota postsecondary institutions completed the…
Descriptors: Asian American Students, Pacific Islanders, White Students, Racial Differences
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Ray, Elizabeth C.; Arpan, Laura; Oehme, Karen; Perko, Ann; Clark, James – Journal of American College Health, 2021
Objective: To investigate the effects of an online wellness intervention on college students' self-efficacy, intentions to seek help, general resilience and whether adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) act as a moderating variable. Participants: Three-hundred and eighty-two undergraduate students. Method: Students were assigned to two conditions:…
Descriptors: Coping, Wellness, Self Efficacy, Help Seeking
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Williams, Stormee; Xie, Luyu; Hill, Kristina; Mathew, Matthew Sunil; Perry, Tamara; Wesley, Danielle; Messiah, Sarah E. – Journal of School Health, 2021
Background: The COVID-19 pandemic presents unique opportunities for preexisting school telemedicine programs to reach pediatric populations that might otherwise experience a lapse in health care services. Methods: A retrospective analysis of one of the largest school-based telemedicine programs in the country, based in the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW),…
Descriptors: School Health Services, Teleconferencing, Videoconferencing, Medicine
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Jones, Melissa S.; Pierce, Hayley – Youth & Society, 2021
Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) have been identified as a key risk factor for a variety of negative health, psychiatric, and behavioral outcomes across the life course. Although recent research has begun to consider the role of ACEs in criminogenic behaviors among youth, few studies to date have assessed the association between early exposure…
Descriptors: Early Experience, Trauma, Incidence, Child Neglect
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