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Olguin, David L.; Keim, Jeanmarie – Journal of School Counseling, 2009
The New Mexico Next Step Plan, a postsecondary career transition plan for grades 8 through 12, aims to enhance relationships between all educational stakeholders: students, parents/caregivers, community, and administrators. These stakeholder relationships are intended to close the achievement gap among all students, in particular, ethnic youth.…
Descriptors: School Counseling, School Counselors, Career Development, Stakeholders
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Whittlesey-Jerome, Wanda K. – School Social Work Journal, 2010
Recent proposed legislation to change the public school funding formula has not taken the social work profession into account. There has been a lack of participation from professional associations in creating this legislation--critical legislation that enables school districts to determine what ancillary school support staff they will or will not…
Descriptors: Funding Formulas, Professional Associations, School Support, Accountability
Lum, Christie – 2003
Professional school counselors are required by law and/or regulation in every state to obtain a state-issued credential in order to be employed in public schools. In some states, this credential is called "certification"; others term it "licensure" or "endorsement." This guide provides a chart summarizing the…
Descriptors: Background, Comprehensive Programs, Counselor Certification, Counselor Client Ratio
Guthrie, Barbara; And Others – 1990
Based on a pilot project that promoted statewide career guidance awareness through the establishment of a high school career center, this guide shows New Mexico high school counselors how to develop career centers in their schools. The booklet takes counselors through the process of establishing a career center, providing suggestions for the…
Descriptors: Career Centers, Career Counseling, Career Guidance, Career Information Systems
Rifenbary, Deborah – 1991
Becoming a culturally skilled career counselor is an important step in working effectively with ethnic minorities. Much of the professional literature has indicated that a traditional counseling model, one that has been derived from a traditional white middle class model, may not be effective in working with culturally diverse clients. The model…
Descriptors: Career Counseling, Career Development, Counseling Techniques, Counselors