3 student briefly describes the importance of program

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3) Student briefly describes the importance of program evaluation and outcome-driven programming in professional school counseling
Component #5: Scholarly Writing Student uses correct grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and spelling. Student includes at least three peer-reviewed journal articles to support group content and choice of theoretical approach and techniques—best practices. Students please contact the writing center, publisher of the journal, or research the journal using the Internet to determine if your selected journal is peer-reviewed. Anger Management Component #1: Needs, Goals & Objectives 1)Student identifies two existing data sources and one other approach for assessing student needs and describes how these data sources will be analyzed in order to identify needs and gaps in achievement. As a school counselor one concern is to be aware of the needs, goals and objectives of students. One way to do that is to research the school’s report cards, dropout rates, graduation rates, referrals, and the achievement gaps. I researched the school district in which I live in and where my girls go to school. This is the information that I found on my school’s webpage, . According to the website, there are course offerings with over 19% of Crestwood High School students taking one or more of the eight advanced placement courses or honors courses offered. In regard to credits, Crestwood High School students earned 421 hours of college credit while still in high school. In regard to graduation rates: o The Class of 2017 at Crestwood High School earned o 17 graduated cum laude o 19 magna cum laude o 30 summae cum laude
o 23 received Honors diplomas o 24 won local scholarships 99.3 % of the 3 rd grade students met the 3 rd grade reading guarantee. There were The students’ test scores for their ACT were as follows: 20.9 in English, 21.0 in Math, 23.0 in Reading, 22.4 in Science, 22.0 in Composite. In addition to regular education services, Crestwood Local School District offers identification and services to students who are: gifted, have special needs, and English as a second language. 9% of the total student population is identified as gifted and 12% of the total student population is identified as Students with Disabilities. The Crestwood Local School District also provides services to students with 504 plans which provides instructional accommodations to assist students with disabilities, in the general education curriculum.

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