Report: Rural Texas schools need better mental-health services

02/6/2012 | Education Week

Many schools in rural areas lack adequate mental-health services for students, according to a recent report by researchers at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. The report found that there is a need in rural Texas schools for more mental-health resources that target Hispanic students, better communication about the few resources available and more mental-health training for school counselors.

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