School Counseling and Student Outcomes: Summary of Six Statewide Studies

  title={School Counseling and Student Outcomes: Summary of Six Statewide Studies},
  author={J. Christopher Carey and Carey Dimmitt},
  journal={Professional School Counseling},
counSeling and Student outcomeS: Summary of Six Statewide StudieS The six statewide research studies presented in this special issue use a variety of designs, instrumentation, and measures. Nevertheless, they can be integrated at the level of results to shed light on some important questions related to effective practice in the field of school counseling. In fact, one can argue that, when separate studies that are conducted in a variety of contexts achieve similar findings, greater confidence… Expand

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