Hiring the Best School Counseling Candidates To Promote Students' AChievement

@article{Kaplan1999HiringTB,
  title={Hiring the Best School Counseling Candidates To Promote Students' AChievement},
  author={Leslie S. Kaplan and Michael W. Evans},
  journal={NASSP Bulletin},
  year={1999},
  volume={83},
  pages={34 - 39}
}
Principals occasionally interview prospective school counseling candidates, yet few principals really understand the guidance and counseling role. As a result, many principals do not fully understand how the school counselor can contribute to student achievement, to school improvement, and to a positive school climate. Here are several key interview questions principals can use when interviewing prospective guidance counselors. 
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