Connecticut Professional School Counselors: College and Career Counseling Services and Smaller Ratios Benefit Students

@article{Lapan2012ConnecticutPS,
  title={Connecticut Professional School Counselors: College and Career Counseling Services and Smaller Ratios Benefit Students},
  author={Richard T. Lapan and Sara A. Whitcomb and Nancy M. Aleman},
  journal={Professional school counseling},
  year={2012},
  volume={16},
  pages={117-124}
}
Results connect the implementation of the college and career counseling components of a comprehensive school counseling program and lower student-to-school-counselor ratios to a reduction in suspension rates and disciplinary incidents for Connecticut high school students. Principal ratings of college and career counseling services provided in their school extended benefits for students to include better attendance and graduation rates, as well as lower disciplinary incidents and suspension… Expand

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