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An Innovative Approach To Tackling Truancy, Brandie Oliver Aug 2015

An Innovative Approach To Tackling Truancy, Brandie Oliver

Brandie M. Oliver

J. Eagle, School counselors making a difference, Counseling Today, December.


The Policy/Parent Gap, Philip Ferguson Jun 2015

The Policy/Parent Gap, Philip Ferguson

Philip M. Ferguson

"[T]here is probably no area where the rhetoric and the reality are so far apart as in the inclusion of children with disabilities in general education classrooms. Despite official national and state education policies (embodied in laws, regulations, and court decisions) supporting inclusive education for students with disabilities, access to the general curriculum, and a massive commitment of public funds, data from the Department of Education shows that urban schools consistently place such students in more segregated settings for greater parts of the day and year than do school systems generally."


20 Strategies To Help Students With Mental Health Needs, Richard Auger, Nick Abel Feb 2015

20 Strategies To Help Students With Mental Health Needs, Richard Auger, Nick Abel

Nick R. Abel

Learning session co-conducted at the annual conference of the Minnesota School Counselor Association, Brainerd, MN. 2012, May.


Trait Emotional Intelligence, Perceived Discrimination, And Academic Achievement Among African American And Latina/O High School Students: A Study Of Academic Resilience, Nick Abel Feb 2015

Trait Emotional Intelligence, Perceived Discrimination, And Academic Achievement Among African American And Latina/O High School Students: A Study Of Academic Resilience, Nick Abel

Nick R. Abel

The goal of academic resilience research is to identify factors and processes which lead to academic success among groups of students generally found to be at-risk, including those of African American and Latina/o descent. The present study investigated a possible risk factor (perceptions of discrimination), a possible protective factor (emotional intelligence), and the role of gender in predicting academic achievement (as measured by high school GPA) in a sample (N = 79) of African American and Latina/o high school students attending one high school in Minnesota. Through the use of multiple regression, neither emotional intelligence nor perceptions of discrimination ...


Indiana School Discipline Report: In-School And Out-Of-School Suspensions, Nick Abel, Brandie Oliver Feb 2015

Indiana School Discipline Report: In-School And Out-Of-School Suspensions, Nick Abel, Brandie Oliver

Nick R. Abel

This report is an analysis of the data reported to the Indiana Department of Education. Annually, schools are required to submit the number of both in-school and out-of-school suspensions.


Shakespeare & School Counseling, Nick Abel Feb 2015

Shakespeare & School Counseling, Nick Abel

Nick R. Abel

Dr. Abel addresses the use of Shakespeare in school counseling settings. Methods include bibliotherapy and applying Shakespeare to the Hunter Method.