Guidance counselors are at center of new curriculum at Conn. high school

10/14/2013 | Darien News-Review (Conn.)

A Connecticut high school will launch a curriculum for ninth- and 10th-grade students in the spring that will allow them more time to spend with guidance counselors. Under the curriculum, which will be expanded to other grades next year, students will have five classes per quarter with guidance counselors -- scheduled during their free periods. Depending on their grade level, students will be taught about school resources, study habits, bullying and more.

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