Another Grim Report On Ineffectiveness Of High School College Counseling

December 26th, 2011

The quality of the coursework students take in high school powerfully affects their life options after graduation.  School counselors can guide students through the course selection process. They also can help schools identify policies and practices that propel all students toward success, as well as those that hold some students back. The problem? Too many of today’s school counselors do not serve this function. “Poised to Lead” outlines what states, districts, and schools can do to help school counselors become leaders and advocates in the effort to prepare all students for college and career.



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  1. Teachers should act as the parent in school. Parents cannot guide the students while they are in the school premises that’s where the extra job of the teacher enters. But there are also counselors where what they do is counseling. They are able to guide and help the students to choose what course to be taken, what interest them the better but also help decide what is best for themselves.

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