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Table of Contents
Preface. Introduction. PART ONE: The Problem: Impact of Loss, Grief, and Trauma on Students. 1. Grief and Loss in Our Schools: The Impact on Learning and Growth. Linda Goldman (Editor). 2. What Complicates Grief, Loss, and Trauma for Children. Linda Goldman (Editor). 3. Serving Underserved Students: A View from the Classroom. Kyle Schwartz, Elementary School Teacher, and Author. 4. Viewing Underserved Populations of Children and Youth Through a Trauma Sensitive Lens. Susan Craig, Ph.D., Author, Teacher Trainer, and Consultant. PART TWO: The Challenge: Supporting Underserved Student Populations. 5. Children and Poverty: Helping them Learn. Ruby Payne, Ph.D., CEO, aha! Process Inc. 6. Immigration Issues in the Schools: A Challenge to Learning and Living. Mari Moreno, Principal, Las Americas Newcomer School. 7. Addressing Weight Stigma and Body Dissatisfaction: Impact on Student Health and Wellbeing. Kathy Kater, LICSW. 8. Children with Incarcerated Family Members: Educators Can Help. Amalia Molina & Susan Truitt, Program Volunteer Get On The Bus. 9. LGBT Youth: What is their school experience? Eliza Byard, Ph.D., Executive Director GLSEN; Juan Martinez, Past Chief Communications and Advocacy Officer GLSEN, and Karl Hudnell, Media Relations Manager GLSEN. 10. Supporting Military Students with Separation, Loss, Trauma and Death: Equipping School Personnel to Help the Kids of Those Who Served. Lynda Davis, Ph.D., Executive Vice President TAPS: Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors. 11. Trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation in Schools. Eve Birge, Office of Safe and Healthy Students, US Department of Education. PART 3: The Solution: Achieving Student Well-being. 12. Leading Students Who Are Hurting: Strength-Based Behaviour Approach to Learning. Jonathan Doll, Ph.D. 13. The Expressive Arts as a Vehicle for Change. Eric Green, Ph.D., Ronnie Nowicki, Michael Lotz, & Jennifer Baggerly, University of North Texas. 14. Media and Social Impact: Sesame Street Helps Children. Rocio Galarza, Assistant Vice President, and David Cohen, US Social Impact Sesame Workshop. 15. Our Children are Resilient Love, Try One: Supporting Resilience in Students. Sara Truebridge, Ph.D. 16. Catching Kids Before They Fall: A Principal's Perspective. Jim Sporleder. 17. Francis in the Schools: A New Community Paradigm to Serve Our Underserved Children. Linda Goldman and Terry Johnson, Executive Director of Francis in the Schools. Conclusion, Linda Goldman.