Robert Hull: A Review of the Compton Case – The Implication for Schools and Special Ed Policy

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Robert Hull: A Review of the Compton Case – The Implication for Schools and Special Ed Policy

Robert Hull is leading the charge in training teachers in trauma-informed  education. He has been very involved in the case in Compton, CA in which the parent  plaintiffs brought civil suit against the Compton Public School District for failing to  recognize the role of trauma in their children’s learning. Listeners will be provided with  an explanation of the case, the judge’s decision, and its implications for schools across  the country. In addition, Mr. Hull explains the impact of trauma on learning and  provides a description of components of a trauma-informed school. 

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The digital MP3 recordings and PDF Transcripts of the 2017 Educating Traumatized Children Summit.

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