Transforming high school counseling: counselors roles, practices, and expectations for student success

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2016-12
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Mau, Wei-Cheng J.
Li, Jiaqi
Hoetmer, Kimberly
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Mau, W.-C. & Li, J. & Hoetmer, K. (2016). Transforming high school counseling: counselors roles, practices, and expectations for student success. Administrative Issues Journal: Connecting Education, Practice, and Research, 6 (2), 83-95. doi:10.5929/2016.6.2.5

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This study examined the current roles and practices of American high school counselors in relation to the ASCA National Model. Expectations for student success by high school counselors were also examined and compared to those of teachers' and school administrators'. A nationally representative sample of 852 lead counselors from 944 high schools was surveyed as part of the High School Longitudinal Study: 2009-2012. Findings are examined in the light of the National Model and advocated practices.

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