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A case study analysis of a whole school approach to guidance counselling in a voluntary school in the Irish post primary sector

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posted on 2016-12-13, 11:21 authored by Lucy Hearne, Paul King, Neil Kenny, Tom Geary
This Case Study Report provides the findings of a mixed methods research project that was carried out by the University of Limerick and Dublin City University between November 2014 and May 2016. It is an explanatory single case study that examined the phenomenon of a whole school approach to guidance counselling (personal and social, educational and career) in one Irish voluntary post primary school since the re-allocation of guidance counselling provision in Budget 2012. The research was conducted in the context of national and international policy, practice and research in the area of whole school guidance counselling to young people within the Irish education system during a turbulent period of funding constrictions and resource re-allocations. The study was funded by an Irish Research Council (IRC) Starter Research Grant (2014-2016).

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