Fostering Educational Resilience and Achievement in Urban Schools Through School-Family-Community Partnerships.
Professional School Counseling 2005, Feb, 8, 3
Professional School Counseling
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In this era of education reform, school counselors are among educators being held accountable for the academic achievement of minority and poor children. School counselors in urban schools serve a disproportionate number of minority and poor children at risk for school failure. Urban school counselors can play critical roles in engaging their school's stakeholders in implementing partnership programs that foster student achievement and resilience. This article discusses team facilitator, collaborator, and advocacy roles and strategies for urban school counselors and specific types of partnership programs they need to promote to foster academic achievement and resilience in minority and poor students. **********
- 2,99 €
- Category: Family & Relationships
- Published: 01 February 2005
- Publisher: American School Counselor Association
- Print Length: 27 Pages
- Language: English