Interventionists help Conn. school address mental health

04/25/2013 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

Officials at a Connecticut school say classroom interventionists are helping teachers focus on instruction and providing additional support to students with mental health needs. "No matter how you cut it, the teacher's primary goal is teaching and learning in the classroom. There's no way she or he can reach all those kids," interventionist Stephanie Galluzo said.

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