Examining the availability of mental health services and supports in a school setting
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An electronic survey was sent to staff members at one middle school and one high school in a rural Minnesota school district. The survey addressed teacher perceptions on the availability of mental health services in their school district. Quantitative analysis was completed including descriptive statistics. Researchers found that there was not a significant difference between teacher perceptions of the availability mental health services between the two grade levels. The results of the questionnaire also showed that teachers feel the availability of mental health services in their school is adequate.
Mental health services
Mental health counseling
School health services
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