School Psychology Awareness Week

November 2013
Illinois Register;11/1/2013, Vol. 37 Issue 44, p17228
The article discusses school psychology awareness programme in which the school children's and youths will learn better ways to receive education that meets their individualized needs as well as an environment that provides an optimal context to promote good mental health.


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