The changing role of advisory in a high school setting
from By: Brian Stack
From Oct. 22:
Advisory programs in high schools are not a new concept. In fact, they have been popular in schools for more than two decades. They were born out of an early movement to personalize an individual school for each student and ensure that schools connect every student with at least one adult who can understand and advocate for them as needed. Schools employ a variety of advisory models in their schools today.
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