Bridging the Gap: The Role of School Counselors in Providing Equal Access to Educational Opportunities

November 18-19, 2013, Chicago, IL
Hosted by Princeton Public Schools

2013 Conference Program

School counselors support students through the educational process on many levels. From academic planning, to career/postsecondary preparation, to social/emotional development, a school counselor is a key player and influence to the final goals: graduation and postsecondary options. School counselors learn to navigate this journey, making it personalized for each and every student on their caseload. Join colleagues committed to providing equal access to educational opportunities for all students!



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In 2006 MSAN began sponsoring regional Mini-Conferences. The mini-conference format was designed to a) maximize participation of districts in MSAN's research and development, and b) increase MSAN's capacity to share findings. Mini-conferences are open to educators from both member and non-member districts and are held 2-3 times per year. Topics vary by shared Network needs and district expertise. Hosting rotates among MSAN districts.

2013 Student Conference Program

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