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Publication Date

5-1-2007

Abstract

School counselors maintain a unique professional role in a school setting. This article explores the perceptions of 255 school counselors in the State of Michigan on three contemporary school counseling issues: (a) pre-service training, (b) the professional role of counselors, and (c) school- related issues, related to the professional role of counselors. The results found no differences based on age among school counselors regarding school issues, while gender differences were found on three school issues. The results suggest that on certain issues, school counselors continue to be challenged with role ambiguity.

Recommended Citation

Broughton, E. A., & Williamson, R. D. (2007). A Statewide Survey of School Counselors’ Perceptions on School Issues, Dimensions of Counseling, 34(1), 1-7. doi:10.22237/mijoc/1177977660

DOI

10.22237/mijoc/1177977660

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