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Here's how to avoid the "blame game" that can consume so many parent-teacher relationships.
Researchers have found that exposure to unrelenting stress and repeated traumas can change a child’s brain, making it easier to “fight or flee” from perceived dangers and harder to focus and learn. Understanding this neuroscience, however, makes it possible for educators to create a trauma-sensitive classroom that can benefit all students, even those who haven't experienced trauma.
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