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Wisconsin Comprehensive School Counseling Model

Wisconsin Comprehensive School Counseling Model (WCSCM)
Relevant Connections

Carl Perkins Act IV

  • Career Clusters, Pathways, and Programs of Study
  • Individual Learning Plans including Plans (ILPs)
 

Compliance with Standard e

  • A developmentally-based program of guidance and counseling services is available to every pupil in every grade in the school district.
  • The program is planned and provided by licensed school counselors in collaboration with other professional educators and community members.
 

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
Curriculum and Course Enrollment

  • Improve Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) instruction in Wisconsin schools
  • Integrate STEM into the curriculum to promote critical thinking, innovation, and creativity
  • Encourage underrepresented populations, such as students of color and females, to enroll in STEM courses
 

Wisconsin eTranscript Initiative

  • Facilitates the electronic transfer of high school transcripts
 

ESEA – No Child Left Behind

  • Attendance/Truancy
  • Alternative education programs
  • Character education
  • Conflict resolution
  • Counseling
  • Dropout retention
  • Parent involvement
  • Classroom management
 

IDEA - State Performance Plan for Special Education - 20 Indicators

  • Graduation rate
  • Dropout rate
  • Suspension and expulsion
  • Disproportionality
  • Transition
 

Every Child a Graduate

  • Safe and Respectful Schools
  • Accountability for Results
 

RtI/PBIS

 

Culturally Responsive Education for All: Training and Enhancement

  • Work to ensure that race is not a predictor of academic achievement in WI
 

21st Century Community Learning Centers (CLCs)

  • Incorporate social and emotional learning in before-school and after-school programming
 

Model Bullying Prevention Policy

 

Suicide Prevention

For questions about this information, contact Gregg Curtis (608) 266-2820