Suicide Prevention in Schools. A Center Policy Issues Analysis Brief.
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Policy makers remain in conflict over whether schools should play a institutionalized role in preventing student suicide. This brief highlights two other major related questions that are at issue: (1) Does suicide education stigmatize some students and increase that risk of suicide ideation? and (2) Should schools be involved in monitoring students identified as suicidal risks?
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|Date:||Jan 1, 2007|
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