Counseling program keeps Tenn. students with disabilities in school

The Memphis City Schools Mental Health Center in Tennessee has implemented a program to help keep students with disabilities in school. The Why Try? program includes professional development, group counseling and a summer reinforcement program. The school system credits the program, paid for with a federal grant, for reducing suspensions and expulsions among students in special education.

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