Private mental-health companies vying to serve North Carolina schools

03/29/2007 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

A year after North Carolina privatized school psychology, schools are now trying to shield students from for-profit mental-health companies lining up to send aides into schools. "I just think it's extremely profitable for the service providers," said Nat White, chairman of the Anson school board. "It's a problem all over the state."

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