ACEs and Assets in Rural Schools
April 2, 2020
8 a.m.- 2 p.m.
$120 per person
$100 per person for teams of 3 or more
6 hours CTLE
4 Tower Place, Stuyvesant Plaza, 6th Floor, Albany
Adverse Childhood Experiences or ACEs are prevalent in all communities. However, addressing the impact of ACEs on students and families in these communities brings with it unique challenges. As a result of this workshop, participants will better understand the nature of ACEs in rural communities and will use research-based strategies involving equity audits and asset mapping to develop plans for addressing ACEs in their community. We invite you to attend with teams from your building/district!
Michael Piccirillo, CASDA Executive Director
What are ACEs?
How do ACEs impact rural school and communities?
What are Equity Audits and how can school and communities use them to collaborate on developing strategies to address ACEs?
What are Asset Maps and how can they be used to identify existing community resources to address ACEs?
School and District ACEs Plans