N.C. Resilience and Learning Project

The North Carolina Resilience and Learning Project works with high poverty schools across the state to ensure academic success and improve social and emotional wellbeing of children impacted by trauma. This model is a whole school, whole child framework to create trauma-sensitive schools that will teach and support social-emotional skills and build a positive school climate where students can feel physically, emotionally, and academically safe.

Featured Work

How Schools Can Become Trauma Informed [Webinar] featuring Katie Rosanbalm | The Hunt Institute | October 24, 2018

Resilience and Learning: The First Year on an Important Journey | Education NC | September 3, 2018

Childhood Trauma and Learning [TV episode] featuring Katie Rosanbalm | Education Matters | November 25, 2017

Youth Behavior & Safety: Child Abuse & Neglect [Webinar] featuring Katie Rosanbalm | NC Center for Afterschool Programs | October 17, 2017