Researching Public Law and Public Policy in the Public Interest
"We have to do a better job of assessing the cause of violence, the impact of violence – and this is where trauma-informed care plays a major role," community activist Jack Farrell explains in his interview with CLiME. 
This legal memo is the first in a series of documents prepared as part of CLiME's Trauma, Schools, and Poverty Project. CLiME researchers identified three federal statutes that may trigger a duty for schools to identify, evaluate, and provide services or accommodations to trauma victims: The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (504), and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

From the Director

Either New Jersey’s poor have greater access to the resources available in more affluent parts of the state, or the places where New Jersey’s poor live must receive more resources from the areas that have benefited from excluding them.

Guest Analysis

Multiple adverse events linked to poorer concentration and more aggression, Rutgers researchers find.

Issues in Equity

Noteworthy Initiatives

In this post we explore the degree of income inequality seen in New Jersey’s municipalities using the same process as in our previous analysis where we explored the Gini Index and 80/20 Household Income Ratio of US counties.

Upcoming Events

Subscribe to Front page feed