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School Counseling Related Resources


DPI has resources, training, and information available to pupil services professionals on a plethora of topics. The topics listed below link to the related pages. The main DPI webpage has a feature to search for other topics of interest or need. Check the Student Services, Prevention and Wellness Team (SSPW) Directory for additional support, resources, and consultation. 

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The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is used to apply for financial aid for college or career school. Federal student aid includes grants, student loans, and work study. The data from the FAFSA application is used by colleges to determine federal aid eligibility.

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Wisconsin Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children

Wisconsin became part of the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children through legislation that was enacted in 2010. The compact provides for the uniform treatment of military children transferring between school districts and states. The compact was developed by the Council of State Governments’ National Center for Interstate Compacts, the Department of Defense, national associations, federal and state officials, departments of education, school administrators, and military families.

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Professional Organizations

Professional school counseling organizations, contact information, and resources.

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School Counseling Related Content by Topic

School Counselors are responsible for supporting and promoting the academic, career and social emotional development of students. Collaboration with all educational, community-based, and family stakeholders is integral to this process. The Department of Public Instruction aims to provide resources and supports for its vision of every student, college and career ready.

Numerous education related resources are available on the DPI website. Use the search box at the top right corner of the webpage to search by topics.

For questions about this information, contact (608) 266-8960