Basic Problems in the Training of High School Counselors
by Donald E. Super - 1947
The author outlines the role of high school counselor, the knowledge and skills needed, the background of the majority of persons who aspire to serve as high school counselors, the qualifications desired by those who employ them, the amount of training the average counselor can obtain, the alternatives faced by those providing training, and some proposals that seem to offer the best prospects of meeting the personnel needs of schools and the personal needs of students.
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