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Urban School Counseling: Implications for Practice and Training
Alan G. Green, Jacqueline A. Conley and Kim Barnett
Professional School Counseling
Vol. 8, No. 3, SPECIAL ISSUE: PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL COUNSELING IN URBAN SETTINGS (FEBRUARY 2005), pp. 189-195
Published by: American School Counselor Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42732458
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The authors present Wo school counselors' case scenarios to illustrate training and the delivery of effective school counseling services in an urban society. Urban education is viewed here as being more than the teaching of low-status people and represents the opportunity to create awareness and promote change through such awareness. Developments in the literature related to the topic of urban school counseling are discussed. This article provides a glimpse at some of ways in which the profession can respond to the changing demographics of society and the demands for increased accountability in academic achievement for all students.
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