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National organizations, state and local agencies, and technical assistance providers came together and defined eight pressing problems in school behavioral health services; now many national organizations and a wide range of State and local stakeholders and technical assistance centers are forming Practice Groups to work on these problems. Sponsors of the National Community of Practice are the IDEA Partnership funded by OSEP and housed at NASDSE and the Center for School Mental Health funded by HRSA and housed at the University of Maryland. View the Power Point Summary of the community design and the current work at: http://www.ideapartnership.org/documents/National.CoP.School.MH.ppt The focus of this Community is to collaboratively work across diverse stakeholders to create a shared agenda across education, mental health and families. This community operates through 10 practice groups. 12 states, 23 national organizations and 6 technical assistance centers working together in this community.