High School Students Need More Support Now to Get Back on Track for College, Survey Shows
According to a new survey of almost 10,000 students, the roles of counselors, educators, and colleges will be significant in providing members of this class with the support they'll need to get back on track in the fall.
Building Relationships Across the Desk
Check out our webinar recording discussion to learn how you can build relationships with your counterparts across the desk.
Leveraging Naviance as a Tool to Implement and Measure ICAP Quality Indicators in Oklahoma
Learn how Broken Arrow Public Schools partnered with Naviance to develop a College, Career, and Life Readiness Strategic Vision for student in grades 6-12 that directly aligns to ICAP Quality Indicators.
How Wicomico County Public Schools Has Responded to the Challenges of COVID-19
In this blog post, Lori Batts, supervisor of school counseling services at Wicomico County Public Schools (WCPS), shares how they have been able to continue supporting their students amid the abrupt changes brought on by school shutdowns.
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Message from Hobsons CEO
The underlying flaws of our society have risen in tragic displays of racism. We have much work to do around understanding each other and treating everyone with respect and compassion. Hobsons will continue to value every individual and support and serve the diverse communities we work with.
Success in Uncertain Times: Holistic Interventions for Incoming Freshmen
Download our research brief to learn more about how to identify and implement effective proactive intervention programs and strategies for first-time freshmen.
Intersect: Coronavirus Update
We at Hobsons are continuing to monitor the latest information regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). As you are aware, the situation continues to evolve, and many educational institutions have taken pragmatic measures to protect their students and staff.
Connecting Social Emotional Learning with CCLR During COVID-19
The impact of COVID-19 on the mental health of students has become a primary concern for teachers, counselors, administrators and families. Social emotional learning skills such as perseverance, overcoming obstacles, managing emotions and staying connected are important now more than ever as students cope with the challenges that come with not being in school, having access to resources, and the changes to their college or career plans.
Five Ways to Ease Transitions for Students During COVID-19
In this white paper, we discuss five ways for educators to help ease the transition for students as they plan for the end of the school year, summer break, and their chosen postsecondary path.