Advocacy is an integral piece for professional school counselors. With district budgets getting tighter and tighter, many school counseling programs have faced position cuts. This only hurts kids and our future.
Here are various resources for you to help your school counselor program and to support what we do as professionals for our students and communities.
Bob Kircher, KSCA Advocacy Chair, has been working hard to bring our state updated informaton on how to advocate for school counselor positions.
Check out some of the pages in Advocacy and let us know what is going on in your school district.
CLICK HERE for the ASCA article on the Advocacy Competencies for Professional School Counselors.
CLICK HERE for the ASCA article on Public Relations and Advocacy.