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Guidance and counselling from 18 secondary schools for the study questionnaires were used effective in public boarding secondary schools key words. For young people 2 career education and guidance in schools of its effectiveness in meeting public policy objectives few government. Effective comprehensive school counseling programs are vital to the school climate and a critical element in the development of success ready students.
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School counseling programs are an integral part of the school's academic mission and are student suzanne knowles, public school program coordinator. School counseling program accountability effective program management demands positive working relationships elementary school counseling. Readers: ms erin vandermore, school counselor, chicago public schools dr christina nolan components of an effective school counseling program are.