Counseling and Guidance
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This is the national organization serving school counselors.
Outlines the components of a school counseling program that is integral to the school’s academic mission and is created to have a significant positive impact on student achievement, attendance and discipline.
EdTrust provides this 2-page brochure to start the conversation!
The purpose of this site is to provide school counselors with the resources and support they need to run effective school counseling programs.
Access: Elementary School Counseling
Tool to support the administrator and the counselor through the evaluation process.
This website provides information on online colleges and universities, addressing affordability, access, and quality.
Access: Guide to Online Learning
This site provides certification and career information. Click here to find out more about the school counseling field in Iowa and other states across the nation.
School counselors are just one part — but an important part — of a system that ensures students have excellent educational experiences.
Access: School Counselors Matter
For many youngsters, school and life in general present an endless list of demands and challenges.
From trauma and learning disabilities to bullying and course selection, life can be difficult for students. A school counselor is there to help.
The basic role of a school counselor is to support students in their psychological, academic, and social development (Heled & Davidovitch, 2020; Popov & Spasenovic, 2020).