A slice of data released in a survey earlier this month shows surprising support for an underappreciated approach to education reform: providing students with more wraparound school services like therapy and medical care.
More than 85 percent of all Americans believe schools should provide mental health service, according to the latest PDK poll, a survey of the public’s attitudes about the nation’s schools.
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