U.S. Department of Education
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The Department of Education would like to express its appreciation to all those who contributed to the development and review of this document, especially Cheri Lovre, Crisis Management Institute, Portland, Ore.; the National Association of School Psychologists; the American School Counselors Association; and the staff of the Center for Mental Health Services, Department of Health and Human Services.
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