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ERIC Number: ED464285
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002-May
Pages: 43
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Preparing Students for the Globalized Society of the Twenty-First Century: A Comparative Perspective on the Ideological Roots of Guidance.
Rowell, Lonnie L.
This chapter discusses how the future of school counseling is bound to political processes interwoven with the contemporary education reform movement and with the social and economic conditions of the emerging global economy. Specifically, 20 years from now, school counseling and guidance will reflect the dynamics at work within three distinct yet overlapping domains: the contemporary school reform movement, the professionalization of school counseling, and the relationship between counseling and the critical, social, and economic issues of the twenty-first century. The chapter offers a brief analysis of the future of school counseling through the dual lens of institutional theory and progressive social commentary. (Contains 73 references.) (GCP)
Publication Type: Information Analyses; Opinion Papers
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Language: English
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