TITLE

The Impact of More Fully Implemented Guidance Programs on the School Experiences of High School Students: A Statewide Evaluation Study

AUTHOR(S)
Lapan, Richard T.; Gysbers, Norman C.; Sun, Yongmin
PUB. DATE
March 1997
SOURCE
Journal of Counseling & Development;Mar/Apr97, Vol. 75 Issue 4, p292
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Relationships between the statewide implementation of comprehensive guidance programs and the school experiences of high school students were explored. Data from 22,964 students attending 236 Missouri high schools were analyzed by using hierarchical linear modeling. Schools with more fully implemented model guidance programs had students who were more likely to report that (a) they had earned higher grades, (b) their education was better preparing them for their future, (c) their school made more career and college information available to them, and (d) their school had a more positive climate. Positive program effects were round after removing differences due to school enrollment size, socioeconomic status, and percentage of minority students in attendance. Results highlight the important roles school counselors play in promoting the central educational goals of their schools and support a comprehensive guidance program focus for university counseling faculty who train school counselors.
ACCESSION #
9705023990

 

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