Evaluation of a Mental-Health Program
by Herman L. Shibler - 1955
Public school programs today make headline news. Public education is big business. As enrollments increase, more and more of the tax dollar will be required to meet mounting expenditures. This means that taxing authorities as well as the general public will sharply scrutinize each area of the school program and demand that it justify its existence. The school mental-health program will be no exception. At the present time, we have no adequate techniques for measuring the effectiveness of a mental-health program. However, evaluative means must be found if the program is to grow and become increasingly important in our public school system.
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