Five Ways to Help Students Get Through Grief


Five Ways to Help Students Get Through Grief

In the fall of 2021, the Centers for Disease Control released a study that highlighted the ways in which grief and inequity are intertwined.

Among the more than 140,000 children who had lost a primary or secondary caregiver to COVID-19 in the United States (numbers that do not reflect the more recent Omicron surge), Indigenous children were “4.5 times more likely to lose a parent or grandparent caregiver, Black children were 2.4 times more likely, and Hispanic children were nearly 2 times more likely” than white children.
 Loss influences learning and cognition, as brain-based changes cast ripple …

Read the source article at Greater Good

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