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Students speak to members of the Governor's Task Force on the Prevention of School Bullying April 26, in Rochester, Minn. After two students in southeastern Minnesota committed suicide, in part because they were bullied, school officials raised concerns about the shortage of counselors in schools. ALEX KOLYER | MPR News 91.3 FM

Experts say Minnesota has too few school counselors

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ST. PAUL - Minnesota has the second-lowest ratio in the country of school counselors to students, leading some in the profession to contend troubled students are being neglected.

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