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Learning about ACES at NASB 

Nebraska educators hear Jamalia Parker, Learning Community family engagement director describe the child and family experiences that interfere with learning.

Nebraska educators hear Jamalia Parker, Learning Community family engagement director describe the child and family experiences that interfere with learning.

The ACE Study is the most comprehensive research ever done on adverse childhood experiences. Teachers see the impact on learning in urban, suburban and rural schools and in districts of all sizes. Nebraska educators attended a Learning Community presentation at the Nebraska Association of School Boards (NASB) annual conference to learn more. We encourage you to share the conference resources on this page. Have a question? We’re always ready to share information or help you find more resources.

David Patton, CEO and the Learning Community team presented common sense strategies to help children and families overcome obstacles to learning. Left to right: David Patton, Barb Jackson, Jamalia Parker, Anne O'Hara and Renee Franklin.

 

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Nebraska educators shared ideas on simple steps to support children and families facing adversity in their lives.

Learning Community Coordinating Council members participated in the session along with school board members and educators. Left to right: Mike Avery, Susan Kelley, Lorraine Chang, and Paul Hartnett.

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