Leadership, Advocacy, and Equity

Question 1 1 pts
A commitment to __________ increases the social and cultural capital for all students and helps achieve educational equity.
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social justice



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In this chapter, which of the following is NOT a tenet embraced by school counselors when developing a program?
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Why are interventions delivered at multiple levels?
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It aligns with how the educational program is delivered.

Interventions are more likely to be effective when offered at multiple levels.

A systems approach demands it.

All of the above.

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In schools, equity involves
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creating high expectations for all students.

providing equal access to challenging courses.

eliminating barriers to academic success.

All of the above.

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The new vision of school counseling includes a scope of work that is
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systemic, data-driven, and aligned with the educational program.

preventive, proactive, sequential, and clearly defined.

preventive, proactive, data-driven, and sequential.

None of the above.

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With an ethical and moral mandate for social justice, school counselors hold views that are neither partisan nor divisive, but rather reflect the
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values of a healthier society.

morals of a specific religious sect.

community status quo.

views of the current administration.

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The process to identify the needs of students to ensure the counseling program is relevant, culturally responsive, and serves the dynamic needs of a community is
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data-driven counseling practice.

integrated educational program.

systemic assessment.

systematic assessment.

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A holistic and integrated systemic approach to school counseling practice and programming does NOT
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support multilevel interventions throughout the school and community population.

focus solely on career-readiness.

align with the school and educational program.

address negative effects of environmental factors like systemic intolerance.

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The __________ level of intervention has the greatest potential for removing systemic barriers and creating the conditions for learning at all other levels.
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Data can be used to
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establish goals.

create interventions.

expose inequities.

All of the above.

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Data can be used in a transformative way
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when school counselors take the time to analyze it.

when data points to inequities.

when inequities are found in the data and the school counselor believes those inequities are intolerable.

All of the above.

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School counselors do NOT collaborate with the educational program through
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becoming familiar with the general content, concepts, and sequence of the curriculum.

assisting teachers through collaborative instruction.

working with whole-school data to improve attendance, policy, and climate.

being a subject area expert.

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__________ advocacy is NOT one of the three ACA advocacy competency domains.
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Public arena




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The CAFÉ model includes
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None of the above.

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If a problem exists within a school due to large numbers of bilingual students and families but no staff who speak languages other than English in the larger community, the transformed school counselor should
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find translators.

develop a bilingual school counseling program website.

take classes to develop basic fluency in a second language.

All of the above.

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Which of the following examples demonstrates the essential leadership skill of being proactive?
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The professional school counselor continually monitors the school climate.

The professional school counselor uses specific data to plan and implement interventions.

The professional school counselor uses data to identify and address gaps and unfair school policies.

All of the above.

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The client/student empowerment level of the client/student advocacy domain in the ACA advocacy competencies does NOT involve
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helping students develop a plan for change.

teaching students how to self-advocate.

assisting students in becoming aware of their situations.

acquiring needed resources for students.

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Question 18 1 pts
__________ leadership involves creating and communicating a vision of change to others to gain supporters and allies?
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Human resources



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__________ leadership may be the most difficult for school counselors, due to its potential to lead to conflict or dissension?
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Human resources



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According to the Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies, the four domains where counselors advocate for change include all of the following EXCEPT
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counselor self-awareness.

counselor worldview.

counseling relationship.

counseling and advocacy interventions.

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__________ is/are (a) successful way(s) to publicize transformed professional school counselor roles and transformed school counseling programs.
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School counseling program website

School counseling program brochure

Classroom presentations on ASCA Model & Standards, NOSCA 8 college and career readiness components, the new vision of transformed school counselling

All of the above.

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Question 22 1 pts
__________ leadership is NOT one of the four types of leadership posited by Bolman and Deal.
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Human resources



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When professional school counselors put __________ at the center of their work, they are invaluable to the mission of all schools.
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crisis intervention

advocacy and leadership

school counseling core curriculum lesson development


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Which of the following is a characteristic of a successful school with students who qualify for free and reduced lunch?
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An early warning system monitors all students who fall behind to provide extra help.

Instruction time for mathematics decreases while time for reading increases.

State standards are used to design curriculum and assess student work.

Teacher professional development focuses on emotional disorders and test anxiety.

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How can a professional school counselor teach advocacy to parents/guardians?
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Inform parents/guardians about school operations and academic/opportunity policies and deadlines.

Teach parents/guardians how to discipline their child.

Inform parents/guardians about their student’s performance.

All of the above.

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