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CDC Urges Schools to Take Action to Lessen the Outbreak of Flu

News in Brief The country is on track to have one of its worst flu seasons in years, with high rates of hospitalizations for influenza and doctors reporting higher-than-usual numbers of patients with flu-like symptoms, federal officials say. That won’t be a surprise for many school administrators, who’ve seen soaring ...

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School Counseling – Education Week

Report Roundup “State-by-State Student-to-Counselor Ratio Report: 10-Year Trends” The heavy caseloads of school counselors haven’t gotten much lighter in the past decade, even as schools are under pressure to deliver quality advice and guidance on a growing range of issues. A report issued last week by the National Association for ...

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