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An effective, comprehensive counseling program emphasizes success, identifies and meets each student's needs, and focuses on student competencies rather than staff activities, contends this author. She describes methods for evaluating whether or not programs meet these criteria.
Educators should be concerned about the increase in job-related stress and its effect on their professional lives. The authors discuss several factors that may influence teacher stress and performance and suggest that personal fitness is one method of stress management.
Although our constitutional system may seem complicated, it has worked well in assuring that the government represents the will of the people, says this writer, who—on the eve of its 200th anniversary—reviews its system of checks and balances.
The authoritarian approach may be an efficient way to get the job done, but ultimately that approach is self-defeating. The authors recommend that principals have power with, not power over, their teachers.
Although many educators are aware that their students may use marijuana frequently, some do not know or cannot identify the various stages of marijuana abuse. This doctor describes the stages and effects.
High technology and the educational reform movement hold much promise for the school curriculum. But the benefits must be kept in perspective with the realities of tomorrow's work place, warns this writer.
The principal must assume responsibility for ensuring that the school counseling program is an effective one, say these writers, who provide a seven-step plan for revitalizing the counseling program.
It is evident that the evaluative processes need new insights and the involvement of a broader cross-section of secondary edu cators, says this writer, who suggests that some changes to the regional association evaluative process might be in order.
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