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An Analysis of the Time Spent with Students with Special Needs By Professional School Counselors
Jeannine R. Studer and Theresa A. Quigney
American Secondary Education
Vol. 31, No. 2 (Spring 2003), pp. 71-83
Published by: Dwight Schar College of Education, Ashland University
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41064487
Page Count: 13
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Historically, counselors entered the schools to assist students with postsecondary training, and that task continues today. However, professional and legal mandates require school counselors to work with all students, and many educators question whether students with special needs receive amounts of assistance equal to their non-disabled counterparts. The amount of time professional school counselors spend with students with special needs was the focus of this national research study.
American Secondary Education © 2003 Dwight Schar College of Education, Ashland University