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Full-Service Schools examines the declining economic position of many American families and the rising "new morbidities" of sex, drugs, violence and stress among youth, and describes the movement to create integrated school support services to respond to these crises.
School-linked services: historical precedents/a look at pioneer programs/evaluating the potential/who will pay?/etc.
|1||The Full-Service Vision: Responding to Critical Needs||1|
|2||School-Linked Services: The Historical Precedents||19|
|3||Support Services and Quality Education: A Range of Possibilities||45|
|4||School-Based Clinics: A Look at Pioneer Programs||77|
|5||Realizing the Vision: Two Full-Service Schools||99|
|6||Evaluating the Potential of School-Based Services||123|
|7||Putting the Pieces Together: Organizational and Service Delivery Issues||139|
|8||Who Will Pay? Local, State, and Federal Perspectives||171|
|9||A Call for Action||205|
|Appendix A: Twelve States That Support School-Based Services||223|
|Appendix B: Federal Sources for Funding School-Based Services||250|
|Appendix C: Glossary of Acronyms||265|