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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Supporting Safe and Healthy Schools survey

This research study has been approved through the Research Relations Committee and GLSEN is working with ASCA to send this out to all counselors nationwide.

"ASCA wants to hear about your efforts as a school counselor to support the positive development of students in safe and welcoming schools.  We hope that you will take the time to participate in the Supporting Safe and Healthy Schools survey online at

ASCA is collaborating with GLSEN and other prominent national education organizations on a research study of school counselors, psychologists, and social workers and their roles in creating safe and affirming learning environments for our nation's youth.  Your participation in this survey can provide us with the tools to advocate for safer schools, strengthen school-based health and mental health services, and raise awareness to the important role that counselors play in students' healthy development.  

If you are currently employed as a counselor working with middle and/or high school students, please share your perspectives and experiences with us. Participation in this survey is completely voluntary, and should only take about 20 minutes of your time. Please be assured that your participation is confidential.

You are being contacted about this study because you are a member of AKSCA. While we hope you will volunteer to participate in the survey, your decision will not have any bearing on your membership. In fact, AKSCA will not know if do or do not decide to participate.
Visit to be taken directly to the survey.
Try this if the previous address doesn't connect:

Thanks for your participation in this very important project!

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