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Bullying in Schools: The Impact on Children and How You Can Help

The State of School Bullying in America Although much has been done to address the problem, bullying still remains a prevalent and serious problem. Just how bad is bullying in U.S. schools? StopBullying, a federal government website management by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, shares some compelling statistics that reveal the extent to which Read More

Archived issues of LINK for Counselors

Are you a new reader of LINK for Counselors? If so, you may not have read some of our great issues from several years ago. Here are links to all our back issues in one handy place. Fall 2015 issue – https://view.imirus.com/1167/document/11878 Spring 2016 issue – https://view.imirus.com/1167/document/12068 Fall 2016 issue – https://view.imirus.com/1167/document/12331 Spring 2017 issue Read More

2019 School Counselor of the year named by the American School Counselor Association

Brian Coleman, a school counselor and counseling department chair at Jones College Prep in Chicago, Ill., has been named the 2019 School Counselor of the Yearby the American School Counselor Association(ASCA). Coleman is a graduate of Northwestern University and DePaul University. He has served as a school counselor at Jones College Prep since 2014. The Read More

NACAC’s top 10 read blogs of 2018

NACAC is a great resource for Counselors. They just put together a list of their top 10 read blogs of 2018. We wanted to share them with you in case you missed them. Saving High School Admission Visits Plagued by low attendance when college reps visit your school? Specialized College Topics could be the saving Read More

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