New campaign promotes power of teachers to reduce stress of traumatized students

New campaign promotes power of teachers to reduce stress of traumatized students

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By Michelle Doucette Cunningham, Connecticut After School Network

A new campaign reminds teachers of their positive impact on students who have been abused or have witnessed violence.

The campaign, called Changing Minds and launched last month, is a partnership of the U.S. Department of Justice, the nonprofit group Futures Without Violence and the Ad Council, a nonprofit agency that creates public service advertisements.

Check it out all you school and after-school educators!

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