Mental-Health Practices in the High-School Grades
by Lou LaBrant - 1955
Previous chapters having covered the need for the services of specialists and the general roles of home, school, and community, any discussion of the mental-health problems and practices of a given segment of the school must be limited to problems peculiar to the given age level, to methods and forms of organization which are peculiarly appropriate to that level. We might start this chapter by inquiring whether there are factors threatening mental health which arise at adolescence, problems which call for curriculum and organizational' adjustment. After. considering this question, we should attempt to find implications as to which principles and practices appear essential in the curriculum and organization of our high schools in order to promote and preserve mental health.
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