Making Student Achievement a Priority: The Role of School Counselors in Turnaround Schools

@inproceedings{Hines2017MakingSA,
  title={Making Student Achievement a Priority: The Role of School Counselors in Turnaround Schools},
  author={Erik M. Hines and James Layne Moore and Renae Danielle Mayes and Paul C. Harris and Desire{\'e} Vega and Dwan Vanderpool Robinson and Crystal N. Gray and Candice E. Jackson},
  year={2017}
}
Much attention has been paid to administrators and teachers in turnaround schools; however, little focus, if any, is given to school counselors and the vital role that they play in improving student outcomes. In turnaround schools, it is critical that all school personnel are involved in improving school outcomes, such as academic achievement and graduation rates, in the lowest performing high schools in the United States. The authors highlight the critical role that school counselors play in… CONTINUE READING

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