School districts are committed to having students back in school buildings even as the delta variant of the coronavirus threatens to derail in-person learning. However, cutting through all of the concerns about academics is the realization that students will need support that goes beyond schoolwork.
“There’s been this slow IV drip of stress,” said Joyce Dorado, UCSF clinical professor and director of Healthy Environments and Response to Trauma in Schools, during a recent Education Writers Association Conference. “There will be triggers in the environment that make people suddenly feel terrified or unsafe.”
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