Schools need more psychologists to address students' needs

02/27/2012 | Washington Post, The

Data show there was a shortage of nearly 9,000 school psychologists in 2010, with one group estimating that just 1 in 5 students who need mental-health services is receiving them. These statistics come as school psychologists are expected to play expanded roles, Mark Phillips, professor emeritus of secondary education at San Francisco State University, writes in this blog post. He advocates for the provision of more resources for schools to address this need.

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