North Carolina School Counselor Association
Standing behind & supporting our members since 1960
SAVE THE DATE
2020 Fall Conference
In late 2019, the North Carolina Legislature passed Session Law 2019-222. Several items within this legislation pertain to school counselors, including Part VI which directs the NC Department of Public Instruction to study and report on school psychologist and school counselor positions. Item 7 of Part VI requires inclusion of "Job descriptions posted for school psychologist and school counselor positions as compared to actual duties of school counselors."
An online survey has been created so that we may afford school counselors working in the traditional public schools of North Carolina the opportunity to provide input on your actual duties. Please consider the following when completing the survey:
Note that since charter school counselors are not required to follow State Professional School Counselor Standards and Evaluation, they are not included in this survey.
Survey Link: School Counseling Survey for SL 2019-222
Survey opportunity about Education Data in North Carolina
The Hunt Institute would like to invite school counselors to participate in a short survey about education data in North Carolina. The information captured through this survey will be used to inform improvements to our state’s education longitudinal data system, connecting data from early childhood, K-12, postsecondary, and the workforce.
Input is being sought from the broader education community, including teachers, school counselors, principals, superintendents, higher education faculty and staff, parents, and students. The survey should take under ten minutes to complete and the responses will not be identifiable, unless you choose to disclose personal information.
Please click the link below to access the survey.
Thank you for taking the time to let your voice be heard about the data system you would like to see. If you have questions about the survey, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.