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The 9/11 Tragedy: Some School-Based Initiatives.

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This paper discusses how students from a Master's Degree program in School Counseling offered support services to local schools on September 11, 2001, and immediately afterwards. These services included direct interventions provided to students, parents, school counselors and administrators, and indirect interventions in the form of providing resource materials to parents, school administrators, school counselors and teachers. The responses of children to such interventions are presented and recommendations for future services are offered. (GCP)

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Author:Zagelbaum, Adam; Alexander, Charlene; Kruczek, Theresa
Publication:ERIC: Reports
Date:Aug 1, 2002
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