What Counselors Do in High-Achieving Schools: A Study on the Role of the School Counselor
Fitch, Trey J., Marshall, Jennifer L., Professional School Counseling
School counselors are being challenged to redefine their role to better support the overall academic performance of students. In light of this challenge, counselors need to know characteristics of counseling programs in high-achieving schools. The authors of this study collected information from 63 schools in Kentucky regarding the tasks of the school counselor and the school's student achievement test scores. Results of the study indicated that counselors in higher-achieving schools spent more time on program management, coordination, and aligning programs with professional standards.
Schools are under increasing pressure to account for their overall student academic performance …
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Publication information: Article title: What Counselors Do in High-Achieving Schools: A Study on the Role of the School Counselor. Contributors: Fitch, Trey J. - Author, Marshall, Jennifer L. - Author. Journal title: Professional School Counseling. Volume: 7. Issue: 3 Publication date: February 2004. Page number: 172+. © 2009 American School Counselor Association. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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