Capitalizing on the Principal-Counselor Relationship
The College Board teamed with the American School Counselors Association (ASCA) and NASSP to underscore a shared belief: When principals and counselors work together effectively, they can have a huge impact on student achievement. View the study.
Showcase Your School's Comprehensive Program
Connecticut School Counselor Association (CSCA) Professional Recognition Award nominations take place in the spring each year. CSCA takes pride to recognize the important contributions that school counselors make every day in Connecticut schools. The Connecticut School Counselor Association will be soliciting your support in identifying exemplary programs for our annual Professional Recognition Awards. Applications will be mailed in the fall to Superintendents and also to School Counselors, along with a posting on our website.
Thank you for all the support you give to school counselors every day.
Comprehensive School Counseling: A Guide to Connecticut's School Counseling and Program Development 2008
During the past three decades, the Connecticut School Counselor Association, the Connecticut Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, and the Connecticut State Department of Education have collaborated to publish and distribute a wide variety of documents and resources to school counselors as they apply their unique prevention and intervention skills to school improvement initiatives. Click here to download this important document which describes an exemplary model of a comprehensive school counseling program that has been developed to guide school districts as they endeavor to link school counseling program goals and content with their school improvement efforts. It can also assist school districts to evaluate their current programs and implement changes based on research and best practice. As this model is implemented across the state, school counselors will substantially increase their ability to foster academic, personal/social and career development for Connecticut's students.