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What Can Schools Do to Help Prevent Teen Suicide? (Video)

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Suicide is the second leading cause of death among children aged 10-19, and nearly one in five teens seriously considers suicide. What resources and programs can schools provide to offer relief? And what are some of the ways counselors and school leaders are currently helping teens in crisis?

In this Facebook Live video from PBS NewsHour, Education Week correspondent Lisa Stark joined a panel of experts and answered questions on teen mental health, suicide prevention, and more.


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