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Chinn (1973) argued that since a healthy child more likely would achieve adequately in the classroom regardless of socioeconomic standing, school health services aimed at general health promotion should be provided. The school attendance rates were determined by complex factors, particularly race and sex (Kaplan, Lave, & Leinhardt, 1972). Families with a low need for medical and dental services used more health care than those families with a high need for services (Leopold, 1974). Utilization of services within the school programs was demonstrated in five studies.
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