Comprehensive School Guidance Programs in the United States: A Career Profile

Gysbers, Norman
May 2005
International Journal for Educational & Vocational Guidance;May2005, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p203
Academic Journal
An overview of the origin, evolution, and current status of comprehensive school guidance programs in the United States is presented. Specific emphasis is given to the important and central roles that career development concepts and practices have within these programs in the elementary, middle, and high schools of the United States. Possible implications for international career guidance leaders and practitioners are provided.


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