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“The Use of Data in School Counseling is an excellent and accessible book focused on best practices in school counselor use of data. Trish Hatch provides extensive examples of how school counselors can enhance student achievement and well being through the use of data. Not only does she provide useful examples and a framework from which counselors can explore data, she helps counselors understand some of the very common barriers to change within school systems.
“Dr. Hatch uses her wealth of experience training school districts in the ASCA National Model (3rd ed.) to provide practitioners and educators with a practical, thorough, review of how to organize, implement, and evaluate comprehensive school counseling programs. Readers will appreciate the step-by-step instructions, forms, and other resources with which to evolve their services and advocate for their program. A valuable addition to the professional school counseling literature.”
“Every person who works at a school is an educator. Teachers educate about subject material. Administrators educate about a vision and a mission. A campus supervisor educates about school safety. Counselors educate about access and equity.
“This text more than meets its goal of helping the reader understand how to use data to affect change for students, programs, and the profession. This book will become a bible for professional school counselors who are striving to be distinguished. As practitioners, rarely do we find a resource that tells us what to do, why we should do it, how to do it, and gives us the tools to be successful. This makes The Use of Data in School Counseling priceless!”
"Trish Hatch is a rock star and a living legend! As a Counselor Educator and passionate advocate for our profession, I believe strongly that her ground-breaking text, The Use of Data in School Counseling: Hatching Results for Students, Programs, and the Profession, should be required for all in-service and pre-service school counselors. Her cutting-edge, hard-hitting work demands that we stand up and make positive and systemic changes for the betterment of our students. Don't miss this opportunity to find out how."