TOPIC: Staffing Student Support Services: New Directions
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Adelman, H.S. (1996). Restructuring Education Support Services: Toward the Concept of an Enabling Component. Kent, OH: American School Health Association. (Reprint available from our Center).
- Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L.(2002). Building Comprehensive, Multifaceted, and Integrated Approaches to Addressing Barriers to Student Learning. Childhood Education, 78(5), 261-268
- Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L.(2002). Impediments to Enhancing Availability of Mental Health Services in Schools: Fragmentation, Overspecialization, Counterproductive Competition, and Marginalization. Paper commissioned by the National Association of School Psychologists and the ERIC Clearinghouse on Counseling and Student Services (ERIC/CASS). Published by the ERIC/CASS Clearinghouse.
- Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (1998). Mental Health in Schools: Moving Forward. School Psychology Review, 27(2), 175-190.
- Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L.(1997). Restructuring education support services and integrating community resources: Beyond the full service school model. School Psychology Review, 25, 431-445
- Adelman, H.S., Taylor, L., Bradley, B. & Lewis, K.D.(1997). Mental Health in Schools: Expanded Opportunities for School Nurses. Journal of School Nursing, 13(3), 6-12.
- Rosenblum, DiCecco, Taylor, & Adelman (1995). Upgrading School Support Programs through Collaboration: Resource Coordinating Teams. In: Social Work in Education, 17, 117-124
- Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (1999). Involving Teachers in Collaborative Efforts to Better Address Barriers to Student LearningPreventing School Failure, 42, 55-60
- Adelman, H.S., & Taylor, L. (2002). School Counselors and School Reform: New Directions. Professional School Counseling, 5, 235-248.
- Adelman, H.S., & Taylor, L. (2006). Want to Work With Schools? What is Involved in Successful Linkages? The School Services Sourcebook: A Guide for Social Workers, Counselors, and Mental Health Professionals, Oxford University Press
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