Report reveals high rates of mental health challenges among Berkeley Unified students

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  • Source: EdSource
  • 10/03/2023
A new report conducted by the Berkeley Unified School District found high rates of mental health challenges among students, Berkeleyside reported. 

Last year, a Berkeley Unified student died by suicide, and the students’ advocacy for mental health services have ramped up. The report, which was commissioned from a $2.5 million state grant, was designed to help tackle those challenges. 

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