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Student Mental Health in California's K–12 Schools

School Principal Reports of Common Problems and Activities to Address Them

Published Jul 2, 2015

by Julia H. Kaufman, Rachana Seelam, Michelle W. Woodbridge, Lisa Sontag-Padilla, Karen Chan Osilla, Bradley D. Stein

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Reports results of a survey of K–12 principals to take inventory of student mental health and wellness needs and the types of programs schools are most often implementing to help students in California's public schools.

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