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"No Child Left Behind": Implications for School Counselors

Colette T. Dollarhide and Matthew E. Lemberger
Professional School Counseling
Vol. 9, No. 4 (APRIL 2006), pp. 295-304
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42732689
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Abstract

In this qualitative study, 210 school counselors responded to a Web-based national survey exploring the effects of the No Child Left Behind legislation. They described how much they knew about the legislation, outlined the positive and negative effects of the legislation on their school counseling programs, and detailed their role in the testing process. Implications for school counselors in light of these findings are discussed.

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