When We Lose a Student: Vindication, Forbidding Mourning

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“Winter Mourning” – courtesy Yellowdartstudios.org Mothers and fathers often say that the most difficult thing they can ever do is bury their own child. Since I have no children of my own, I’m not yet able to empathize. In the meantime, however, each child that walks into my classroom is “one of my own,” and when we lose one, in two simple words – I mourn. . . .

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