Perceived Needs of Educational Administrators for Student Services Offices in a Chinese Context

@article{Dwyer2004PerceivedNO,
  title={Perceived Needs of Educational Administrators for Student Services Offices in a Chinese Context},
  author={Sonya Corbin Dwyer and Kathryn A. McNaughton},
  journal={School Psychology International},
  year={2004},
  volume={25},
  pages={373 - 382}
}
Conditions in China today are calling for a more holistic approach to education. As a result of seminars held in Changchun, Jilin, senior administrators suggested the introduction of Student Services Offices in elementary schools. This study examined 19 action plans developed by educators in North East China which reveal their goals for these offices. Findings reflect literature on comprehensive guidance program models as support for students’ academic, career and personal/social needs. However… Expand
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