Counseling and guidance needs as perceived by community college bound students and community college counselors and administrators Public Deposited

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  • The two-fold purpose of this study is (1) to determine differences in perception of counseling and guidance needs between community college bound high school seniors, community college counselors, and chief student services administrators, and (2) to establish the nature and priority of counseling and guidance needs of community college bound high school seniors. Three hundred ninety-nine subjects, representing three sample groups, participated in this study. The groups and the percentage of survey return are as follows: high school seniors (85%); community college counselors (82%); and chief student services administrators (95%). The responses of this total population to the 70 items on the Student Needs Assessment Survey provided the data for this study. An Analysis of Variance statistical design was used to determine the significance of the differences between the perceptions of the three groups. Within the limitations of the study the following major conclusions were drawn: 1. There is a significant difference in the perception of counseling and guidance needs between community college bound high school seniors and community college counselors. 2. There is a significant difference in the perception of counseling and guidance needs between community college bound high school seniors and community college chief student services administrators. 3. There is no significant difference in the perception of counseling and guidance needs between community college counselors and chief student services administrators. 4. There is no significant difference in the perception of counseling and guidance needs between community college bound high school seniors from rural, suburban, city, and metropolitan areas of Western Washington.
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