School counselors and psychologists remain scarce even as needs rise

The mental health and well-being of children and teenagers have been driven to a breaking point nationwide by the pandemic and the isolation, disruption, fear, and grief it has brought with it. At the same time, many K-12 schools across the country lack enough school psychologists and counselors to respond to the mounting mental health needs of their students.

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Source: Education Week, March 1, 2022. (Subscription may be required.)