Open Access Graduate Research Paper
As the world has become increasingly more complex in the 20th century, the demands and pressures placed on individual societal members has risen significantly. Schools, as the primary societal agents responsible for the educational development of our youth, have experienced increasing pressures relative to preparing students for adulthood. Once primarily concerned with academic learning, schools have become increasingly aware of student needs beyond the areas of classroom learning. The inception of school guidance and counseling programs is evidence of the commitment of schools to meeting the career, educational and personal needs of students, particularly at the junior and senior high level.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling
Audrey L. Smith
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©1984 Steven Charles Bicknase
Bicknase, Steven Charles, "What are the perceived career, educational and personal needs of secondary students by grade level?" (1984). Graduate Research Papers. 2065.