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Think K-12 students are too young to face cancer? Think again. With one in three people in the U.S. facing a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime, children in classrooms everywhere are likely to be dealing with cancer right now—with a grandparent, parent, family member, friend or teacher. Research shows that 25 percent of cancer survivors in the U.S. have school-aged children. Also, siblings of children with cancer report that the support they receive at school is just as important as the support they receive at home.
If you are an educator, help your students cope with and learn about cancer. The LIVESTRONG at School curriculum offers online lessons for grades K--12 to help you teach your students about cancer in a way that is age-appropriate, inspiring and empowering. Visit www.livestrong.org/school.