Editorial: Screen high schoolers for mental illness

03/26/2007 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Minnesota schools should make tests for mental illnesses such as depression, chemical dependency, mood disorders and suicide available with parental consent, the Minneapolis Star Tribune editorial board opines. Opponents decry the TeenScreen testing as Orwellian and invasive, but the paper asserts the tests could eliminate many untreated mental illness.

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