A comprehensive school counseling program is an integral component of a school’s mission. Comprehensive school counseling programs are driven by student data, are a collaborative effort between school counselors, families, community-stakeholders and other educators, and create an environment resulting in a positive impact on student achievement. The American School Counselor Association’s (ASCA) National Model is the most widely recognized model for school counseling programs.
- Comprehensive school counseling programs support and promote student achievement and standardize the measurement of program effectiveness.
- Programs include a systematic and planned program delivery involving all students and enhance the learning process.
- To achieve maximum program effectiveness, ASCA recommends a student-to-school counselor ratio of 250:1.
- ASCA also recommends that school counselors spend 80% or more of their time in direct and indirect services to students.
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