Schools counsel students on loss, grief

California educators say students' counseling needs have grown as resources to provide services have dwindled. Among other things, school counselors help students handle grief, such as the death of a loved one. Counselors appear more common at the high-school level; for example, the Corona-Norco district has counselors available at each high school to help students deal with violence, safety, academics and other issues.

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