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"Guidance renders five distinct services. 1. Services to students in groups. 2. Services to students as individuals. 3. Services to the instructional staff. 4. Services to the administration. 5. Research services. A program of services so all-inclusive is indispensible in a school program that is going to function to capacity. From the same reference we gather five basic assumptions of guidance: 1. Guidance work is not confined to guidance experts. 2. An effective guidance program is possible in a small school. 3. Guidance services cannot be superimposed upon a school but must become through a process of gradual growth an integral part of the school's program. 4. When establishing a guidance program, the range of services should be limited to functions which can be performed adequately by the available personnel. 5. The development of the program is dependent upon the speed with which the staff acquires skill in handling additional guidance tools. These five types of services and five basic assumptions afford a good resume of all the research and practical assumptions developed in this study"--Conclusion.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 35-36).
Florida State University
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