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"The author is way ahead of the game on this one. This book is sorely needed in schools today. I would recommend purchasing it for counselor inservice programs, and I would use it in my graduate counselor education classes."
"A groundbreaking book for school counselors and school counselor educators. The author encourages the use of a social justice lens to help school counselors and school counseling programs close the achievement gap. Great examples, practical suggestions, and powerful theory."
"This book will fulfill a major void in the school counseling literature."
"I would recommend this publication to every education student, school counselor, and urban educator."
"Tackles a major educational problem head on and takes a thematic perspective that is relevant to most school counselors' daily lives."
"An item of choice for both college-level education collections and practicing school counselors. From small-group activities for students to individual issues, this book provides a winning set of examples and strategies."
"The book is grounded in the author's real-world experiences and frustration with schools that fail to help students achieve. Holcomb-McCoy's passion and her goal to help school counselors understand equity and social justice are to be applauded."
This book provides a strong background on social justice issues related to school counseling. It was an excellent text for school counselors in training.
Practical application. Focus on data
Holcomb-McCoy's is best in the field.
This textbook was recommended for both introduction to school counseling and internship in school counseling courses as a supplemental text for the course.