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South Dakota Focus: Responding to Child Trauma

Season 29 Episode 3 | 26m 18s

Fifty years ago, four South Dakota teens were murdered at Gitchie Manitou state park, and the lone survivor faced social stigma for what she experienced. Today, advocates are working to make the justice system and school system safer for young people facing trauma.

Aired: 11/29/23
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Extras
Better pay and expanding the pipeline are potential solutions to the teacher shortage.
The child care crisis continues, and some are looking to lawmakers for solutions.
The earliest years of a child's life can have lifelong impacts on learning.
Limited access to child care has an impact on the state's workforce shortage.
An overview on the challenges of accessing prenatal healthcare.
Learn the health impacts of isolation and how to support the young people in your life.
Learn what's next as South Dakota implements Medicaid expansion.
While some Christian groups reimagine church, others lean on tradition.
An hour-long special featuring the two statewide ballot measures and key statewide races.
Low funding, high costs, and staffing challenges are forcing rural nursing homes to close.
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The earliest years of a child's life can have lifelong impacts on learning.
Limited access to child care has an impact on the state's workforce shortage.
An overview on the challenges of accessing prenatal healthcare.
Learn the health impacts of isolation and how to support the young people in your life.
Learn what's next as South Dakota implements Medicaid expansion.
While some Christian groups reimagine church, others lean on tradition.
An hour-long special featuring the two statewide ballot measures and key statewide races.
Low funding, high costs, and staffing challenges are forcing rural nursing homes to close.