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Tech Tools for Counselors in Elementary & Middle Schools

As part of its 2016 revision, the ASCA Ethical Standards for School Counselors took special care in researching and providing specific guidelines related to the use and inclusion of technology in the 21st century school counseling office, as they recognized the critical role that technology plays in a counselor’s ability to more effectively communicate, evaluate Read More

  • Date March 11, 2019
  • Author DANA KARAS, ANGELA CLEVELAND AND ELANA RUDNICK LIEBESKIND

National Six-Year Completion Rate Reaches Highest Level, 58.3 Percent, Since the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center Began Tracking

The overall national six-year completion rate reached 58.3 percent for the fall 2012 cohort, an increase of 1.5 percentage points from the fall 2011 cohort, according to the newly released National Student Clearinghouse Research Center report, Completing College: A National View of Student Completion Rates – Fall 2012 Cohort. This is the highest percentage rate Read More

NACAC Survey about Community College & Transfer Students

High school counselors generally feel prepared to advise students about community colleges and believe these institutions offer relatively easy application and enrollment processes. However, results of a national survey conducted by NACAC showed that many counselors feel less knowledgeable about transfer policies at area four-year colleges and about comparisons of community colleges to for-profit colleges. 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

Online Guides Available for Counselors who might be exploring getting a Master’s or Doctorate Degree in Curriculum & Instruction

Building a healthy academic system for our students begins with an exceptional effort from educational professionals. Their dedication to studying communication techniques, technology, and curriculum design yields a great result in the success of students inside and beyond the classroom. The significant value of these individuals is reflected in the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ projection Read More

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