UK: Schools and Youth Mental Health: a briefing

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UK: Schools and Youth Mental Health: a briefing

There is increasing concern about youth mental health within the education and health sectors, and much controversy about how much of a role schools should play in tackling the issues. Furthermore, even if schools are to take action, it is not clear how best they should do so.

For this reason, the school mental health organisation Minds Ahead and the education and youth ‘think and action-tank’ LKMco joined forces to synthesise the best research available on the scale and causes of the issues, as well as to provide practical recommendations for policy makers and practitioners.

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By |2018-06-24T12:52:50+00:00June 26th, 2018|Blogs, Whole school wellbeing|0 Comments

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