What are the unique needs of parents at the chosen level?
Use your text, Transforming the School Counseling Profession, to complete the following:
Chapter 11, “Academic K-12 Development and Planning for College and Career Readiness,” pages 232–248
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Select one of the following three grade levels:
Discuss the following:
What are the unique needs of parents at the chosen level? How might school counselors address those needs?
What barriers to parent involvement do you foresee? What can you as a school counselor do to help alleviate the barriers?
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