Open Access Graduate Research Paper
In the past decade, the necessity for a junior high school counselor seems to have increased more than ever before. Formerly, the child's needs were handled by the teacher through homeroom and classroom guidance programs (Baughman, 1974; Grambs, et. al., 1961). Gradually, socioeconomic forces of the past decades have encouraged a full time specialist, or the equivalent, available in guidance and testing for every 250 to 300 pupils in a junior high school (7th and 8th grades) (Conant, 1960; Tink, 1963).
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of School Administration and Personnel Services
Audrey L. Smith
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©1981 Ken H. Winter
Winter, Ken H., "Counselor's responsibilities and student's needs at the junior high school level" (1981). Graduate Research Papers. 3541.