Most states have a school counselor shortage. Here's where they're needed the most

Charlie Health analyzed employment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and school counselor-to-student ratios from data from the American School Counselor Association and the National Center for Education Statistics to rank states from best to worst in counselor-to-student ratios for elementary through secondary schools.  

Lauren Liebhaber
Posted 12/5/22

Charlie Health analyzed employment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and school counselor-to-student ratios from data from the American School Counselor Association and the National Center for Education Statistics to rank states from best to worst in counselor-to-student ratios for elementary through secondary schools.

 

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