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ERIC Number: ED012493
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 122
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TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION OF MIDWESTERN PUPIL PERSONNEL WORKERS.
CUTLER, RICHARD; AND OTHERS
AN ANALYSIS OF CATALOGS AND OTHER PUBLISHED MATERIAL OF MAJOR MIDWEST INSTITUTIONS AND MATERIALS PROVIDED BY STATE DEPARTMENT AGENCY CONTACTS REVEALS THE FOLLOWING ABOUT THE TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION PATTERNS OF THE SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST, GUIDANCE COUNSELOR, SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKER, SPEECH CORRECTIONIST-AUDIOLOGIST, PUBLIC HEALTH WORKER, SCHOOL NURSE, AND SCHOOL PEDIATRICIAN--(1) INTERPROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS ARE NOT STRESSED, (2) EXPANSION OF PUPIL PERSONNEL SCHOOL SERVICES INCLUDES WORK WITH COMMUNITY AGENCIES AND PROVISION OF INSERVICE TRAINING PROGRAMS, (3) STANDARDS IN MOST PUPIL PERSONNEL PROFESSIONS ARE BEING RAISED BY UPGRADING PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION, (4) DIMENSIONS OF THE PUPIL PERSONNEL SHORTAGE MUST BE VIEWED IN TERMS OF THE QUALIFICATIONS SPECIFIED BY THE VARIOUS PROFESSIONAL POLICIES, (5) TRAINING IN EDUCATION IS BEING MINIMIZED, (6) THE STATUS OF SPECIFIC TRAINING IN THE SCHOOL IS REFLECTED IN STATE CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS, (7) GRADUATION AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS VARY, (8) LEVELS OF TRAINING REQUIRED VARY FOR EACH PUPIL PERSONNEL PROFESSION, AND (9) INTERNSHIPS ARE A FAIRLY UNIVERSAL REQUIREMENT. (PS)
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Authoring Institution: Michigan Univ., Ann Arbor.
Identifiers: Michigan (Ann Arbor)