School Counselor Program Choice and Self-Efficacy: Relationship to Achievement Gap and Equity

@article{Bodenhorn2010SchoolCP,
  title={School Counselor Program Choice and Self-Efficacy: Relationship to Achievement Gap and Equity},
  author={Nancy Bodenhorn and E. Wolfe and Osaro E. Airen},
  journal={Professional School Counseling},
  year={2010},
  volume={13}
}
  • Nancy Bodenhorn, E. Wolfe, Osaro E. Airen
  • Published 2010
  • Professional School Counseling
  • This article reports the results of a national study of American School Counselor Association members (N = 860). Information includes level of school counselor self-efficacy, type of program, status of achievement gap, and equity in their schools. School counselors with higher self-efficacy were more aware of achievement gap data, and school counselors who indicated a program approach and high self-efficacy were more likely to report narrowing achievement gaps. One fifth reported no awareness… CONTINUE READING

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