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Forging Ahead to College: Latino and African American Students’ Experiences with Their Former School Counselors
Counseling and School Psychology Faculty Publication Series
  • Amy Cook, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Arthur McCann, Mercy College - Main Campus
Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
3-1-2012
Abstract
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, a student drops out of school every nine seconds, with Latino and African American students being disproportionately represented. A survey-based study conducted with a diverse group of college students regarding experiences with their former high school counselor revealed evidence-based interventions that could be implemented with Latino and African American students to promote college attainment. This session will provide you with the knowledge to address impediments that Latino and African American students encounter and how to promote college access. Discussion and sharing information about various school counselor practices will be encouraged.
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Presentation at the American Counseling Association (ACA) conference, San Francisco, CA. Mar. 2012.

Community Engaged/Serving
No, this is not community-engaged.
Citation Information
Amy Cook and Arthur McCann. "Forging Ahead to College: Latino and African American Students’ Experiences with Their Former School Counselors" (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/arthur_mccann/3/