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Effective Counseling Strategies for Supporting Long-Term Suspended Students

Janet L. Johnson, Eric Sparks, Rita G. Lewis, Kris Niedrich, Mary Hall and Julie Johnson
Professional School Counseling
Vol. 9, No. 3 (FEBRUARY 2006), pp. 261-264
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42732681
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Abstract

Long-term suspended (LTS) students are barred from the school system for lengthy periods, leaving them at risk of academic failure and vulnerable from lack of services. A program in a North Carolina public school system provided counselors to work with each LTS student. Outcome data were analyzed to determine the effectiveness of counseling services offered during student suspensions and after students reentered school. Strategies facilitating student reenrollment in school are identified.

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