School Counselor Accountability A Measure of Student Success

ISBN-10: 0132232634

ISBN-13: 9780132232630

Edition: 2nd 2007 (Revised)

Authors: Carolyn B. Stone, Carol A. Dahir

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Based on the work of professionals nationwide, this brief volume provides strategies for meeting the accountability requirements of 2001s No Child Left Behindnbsp; legislation by instituting accountability as the cornerstone of the school counseling program. By demonstrating a way to connect counseling work to the expectations of school improvement and accountability, the authors encourage counseling professionals to reflect on their work and its implications and to align their work with current ASCA National Standards and the ASCA National Model.
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Book details

List price: $34.67
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 7/13/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 144
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

The Accountability Imperative for School Counselors
Accountability: Every Educator's Challenge
Counting Is No Longer Enough
Results-Based Accountability
Student Outcome Data
Accountability Means
Needs Assessments, Surveys, Pre- and Posttests
Accountability and School Counselors
Beliefs Inform Behaviors
The Achievement Gap
Moving Beyond Tradition
Closing the Achievement Gap
School Counselors and No Child Left Behind
Respecting Tradition: A Retrospective
Why Change? It's a Different World
Moving Forward
Coordination of Services
Collaboration and Teaming
Managing Resources
Use of Data
Use of Technology
Demystifying Data
Data First
Why Use Data?
Where to Find Data
Disaggregated Data
The Power of Data
Data: Friend or Pho-bia
Making Connections
Keep It Simple
The Next Steps
From Perception to Reality
Challenge or Opportunity
Monitor What Matters
MEASURE: A Different Way of Focusing Our Work
What Do I Need to Do?
What Do I Need to Do?
What Do I Need to Do?
What Do the Data Show?
What Do I Need to Do?
What Do I Need to Do?
What Do I Need to Do?
Systemic Change
Practice What You Have Learned
School Counselors Demonstrating Accountability
MEASUREs Contributing to Academic Success
Alimacani Elementary School
Cannella Elementary School
Hall Elementary School
S. A. Hull Elementary School
Memorial Middle School
Tomlin Middle School
Quibbletown Middle School
Chelsea Career and Technical Education High School
Newington High School
Pike High School
South Kingstown High School
Stanton College Preparatory High School
Jefferson County Public Schools
MEASURE-ing Success in East High School, Rochester, New York
MEASURE-ing Success in Norfolk, Virginia
Suburban Initiative
MEASURE-ing Success in Piscataway Township, New Jersey
Transforming Our Future: Impacting the System
Systemic Change Agent
Preparing Graduate Students to Become Systemic Change Agents
Looking to the Future
Participants in the 2001 Education Trust Accountability Meetings
The National Standards for School Counseling Programs: What Students Should Know and Be Able to Do
American School Counselor Association National Model: A Framework for School Counseling Programs
Critical Data Examples
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