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C-TLC resources include webinars, book study opportunities, and curated articles and learning resources, as well as a members-only community of practice where members connect virtually across organizations, districts, and states to share knowledge and experience.

  • Learning Resources: The C-TLC publishes and disseminates learning resourcesissue briefs, fact sheets, reports, and toolkitsthat examine current topics and concerns related to children’s mental health and trauma-informed compassionate school practices. You can view all of our products on this website here
     

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  • e-News: Our e-newsletter, Compassion Action, shares best practices essential for compassionate 21st Century learning. For news and updates from the C-TLC subscribe now. View our e-news archive.

 

  • EventsC-TLC events, virtual and in-person meetings, highlight best practices and ways to promote improvements in supporting the mental health needs of students in the region. Register for upcoming events and view meeting and webinar archives.

 

  • News: Stay posted for news and updates, and the inside scoop on events and outcomes from our community of practice.

 

  • School Compassionate Culture Analytical Tool for Educators (S-CCATE)The S-CCATE is a brief, validated, online assessment, completed by teachers and other school personnel, uniquely designed to guide teams of educators and whole school communities through the process of transformational change. This tool allows schools and districts to measure progress, compare results to a national data set, and celebrate growth. If you and your school community are interested in learning more and reviewing data from our validation study, visit our online portal. S-CCATE is available to school districts and individual schools at an annual subscription rate. 

 

  • A Compassionate School Response to Mental Illness Guide: The Childhood-Trauma Learning Collaborative (C-TLC) released a resource guide to support educators who are looking to become more trauma-informed and improve their understanding of the neurobiology of trauma. The guide offers updates on the role of mental health in schools and the universality of trauma and toxic stress and shares a best practice model featuring the Comprehensive Behavioral Health Model (CBHM) being implemented in Boston Public Schools. Their guide is designed to help educators understand the need for and nature of becoming more trauma-sensitive and considerations for working with trauma and trauma-impacted youth.