Post Tagged with: "bereavement"

AFSA Helps Launch New Student Grief Resource for Educators

On Tuesday, January 13, the Coalition to Support Grieving Students released the first-ever bereavement resource for educators. In a groundbreaking initiative to reach the millions of grieving students nationwide, the innovative multimedia resource, grievingstudents.org, is designed to empower educators and school professionals in their efforts to support grieving students. Grief has been proven to have a negative impact on a […]

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AFSA’s Statement on Franklin Regional High School Violence

We send our deepest sympathies and prayers to all students, administrators, teachers, staff and families affected by the violent outbreak at Franklin Regional High School this morning. As educators, we cannot think of anything more terrible or senseless. This act of violence once again highlights the school safety issues facing many of our public schools that are still operating without […]

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Looking Forward After Sandy Hook: AFSA Joins Bereavement Coalition

Looking Forward After Sandy Hook: AFSA Joins Bereavement Coalition

Last year as the holiday season approached its peak, the unthinkable happened in Newtown, Conn., on Dec. 14. One year later, as violence in schools across the country continues, little has been done in Congress.

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