Volume 25, Issue 4 (1996)
Restructuring Education Support Services and Integrating Community Resources: Beyond the Full Service School Model
Howard S. Adelman
Abstract: Major gaps in initiatives to restructure education and community health and social services are highlighted. To address gaps and accelerate reform beyond the full service school model, the enabling component is introduced as a unifying, policy oriented concept. Examples of current efforts to operationalize the concept are outlined. Implications for school psychologists are stressed in terms of changing roles and functions.
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