New York Life has launched a groundbreaking program called the Grief-Sensitive Schools Initiative to better equip educators and other school personnel to support grieving students.
93% of educators
agree that childhood grief is a serious problem that deserves more attention from schools.
92% of educators
agree that students who experience a significant loss generally need more support over the longer term.
99% of educators
agree that grief can frequently have an adverse impact on learning at school.
As the largest corporate champion of childhood bereavement support over the past decade, the New York Life Foundation has a longstanding commitment to improving the support available to grieving children and their families across the country.
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