Creating a Community of Caring within the School

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Stacey Keown Rob Carroll Jill Raisor

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Students often arrive at school not ready to learn due to stress and trauma.  In order to thrive in school, students need to know that within the school is an intentional, multi-layered system of caring.  This manuscript details strategies at the individual, classroom, and school level.  Having targeted strategies to assist students is essential in creating a caring community within the school context.

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KEOWN, Stacey; CARROLL, Rob; RAISOR, Jill. Creating a Community of Caring within the School. International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education, [S.l.], v. 12, n. 4, p. 401-404, apr. 2020. ISSN 1307-9298. Available at: <https://iejee.com/index.php/IEJEE/article/view/1054>. Date accessed: 04 june 2020.
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