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"As a school counselor, I am always looking for books that will help me improve my school counseling program. This one provides a comprehensive view of how to use data in all aspects of the ASCA National Model. This is a must-have for all school counseling programs."
"I am incredibly excited to utilize the second edition of The Use of Data in School Counseling by Hatch and Hartline with school counselors in training. The book is filled with examples from the field and includes ways that school counselors can use data to advocate for equitable systems and programs for all students. Aligned with the fourth edition of the ASCA National Model, “this is a must-have resource for school counselors who wish to make an impact in their schools."
"Dr. Hatch continues to provide insight and direction to the ever-evolving school counseling profession. With the addition of Dr. Hartline, the second edition of The Use of Data in School Counseling reflects many meaningful conversations about the future of our profession. The additions reflecting updates to the ASCA National Model, use of technology, anti-racist practices, and the impact of COVID-19 make this book a must-read for newcomer and experienced counselors alike."
"The second edition of The Use of Data in School Counseling provides a much-needed, solid bridge from research to practice. Each chapter provides both a rationale and an accessible summary of relevant literature. It is easy to share the 'what' of implementation but often more difficult to share the 'how.' Trish Hatch and Julie Hartline do an excellent job of explaining the 'how' portion."
"As the school counseling profession evolves to best serve students, so must the school counselor. No matter what stage of the profession you’re in, this text will reach you. Well-respected sources are weaved together to help the reader best understand where we have been as a profession and
"The second edition of The Use of Data in School Counseling by Trish Hatch and Julie Hartline is an essential part of the core curriculum for all school counselors.
The second edition of The Use of Data in School Counseling is chock-full of valuable information that will be continually referenced for building, maintaining, or improving your school counseling structures and practices. This is a shelf staple for school counselors."
"The second edition of The Use of Data in School Counseling is a must-read for all school counselors and administrators. It is filled with practical examples. The chapter focused on social justice speaks to the importance of school counselors examining achievement and opportunity gaps and developing plans to close these gaps. This is an essential practice for all educators. Looking to meet the needs of ALL students? This book is a great guide to achieving your goal!"
"The second edition of The Use of Data In School Counseling offers guidance that will benefit practicing school counselors trying to revamp their programs, school counselors in training preparing for the field, and school counselor educators in need of concise and comprehensive materials for their courses."
"As a leader in the school counseling field and an adjunct professor of school counseling, I find this text to be super valuable to both pre-service graduate students just beginning their school counseling journey and veterans who likely never had the opportunity to take a school counseling data class during their training. I use this text with my Introduction to School Counseling students and they comment on how helpful and easy it is to explain what are often challenging topics and con
"Data-driven decision-making is one of the major ways we can ensure that our students do not fall through the cracks and provide more equitable interventions for our students. The second edition of The Use of Data in School Counseling goes beyond just talking about best practices by offering concrete examples, forms, and resources for school counselors to implement. I appreciate the work of Trish Hatch and Julie Hartline."