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Based on the work of professionals nationwide, this brief volume provides strategies for meeting the accountability requirements of 2001's No Child Left Behind legislation by instituting accountability as the cornerstone of the school counseling program. By demonstrating a way to connect counseling work to the expectations of school improvement and accountability, the authors encourage counseling professionals to reflect on their work and its implications and to align their work with current ASCA National Standards and the ASCA National Model.
Table of Contents
|The Accountability Imperative for School Counselors|
|Measure: A Different Way of Focusing our Work|
|School Counselors Demonstrating Accountability|
|Transforming our Future: Impacting the System|
|Participants in the 2001 Education Trust Accountability Meetings|
|The National Standards for School Counseling Programs: What Students Should Know and Be Able to Do|
|American School Counselor Association National Model: A Framework for School Counseling Programs|
|Critical Data Examples|
|Sample Measure and Sparc|
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