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Most Large Public Universities Aren't Tracking Student Suicides, Report Finds

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An Associated Press report found that almost half the largest public universities in the country don’t track suicides among their students, even though many colleges have increased spending on mental health services.

Here & Now‘s Meghna Chakrabarti talks with AP reporter Collin Binkley (@cbinkley).

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