National Health/Education Consortium says schools need more mental health professionals

September 1993
Teaching Exceptional Children;Fall93, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p88
Academic Journal
Reports on the National Health/Education Consortium's call for a system that offers educators more back-up by community mental health agencies. Integration of prevention models into schools; Need for educators and health personnel trained in mental health skills; Summary of the consortium's report `Children's Mental Health and Their Ability to Learn'.


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