Alexandria, VA: American School Counseling Association.
What does SCA stand for?
SCA stands for School Counseling Association (various organizations)
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We have 856 other meanings of SCA in our Acronym Attic
- Saint Cecilia Academy (Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines)
- Saint Charles Associates (St. Charles, Maryland)
- Samoyed Club of America
- Santa Clara Aquamaids (est. 1964; California)
- Satanic Church of America
- Satellite Control Authority
- Savings and Credit Association (various locations)
- Scheduling Committee Action (USAF Academy)
- School Clothing Allowance (West Virginia)
- School Construction Authority (New York, NY)
- School of Contemporary Arts (various locations)
- Scientific Computer Applications, Inc (Tulsa, Oklahoma)
- Scientific Computing Associates
- Scottish Canoe Association (Edinburgh, Scotland)
- Scottish Childminding Association (UK)
- Scottish Conjurers' Association (Glasgow, Scotland)
- Scottish Croquet Association
- Scottsdale Christian Academy (Scottsdale, Arizona, USA)
- Sea Cadet Association
- Sea Cargo Automation (shipping; various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Limitations of the Study The participants from this study were a convenience sample of ASCA and state school counseling association members who were practicing school counselors.
State school counseling association leaders, district administrators, and practicing school counselors were identified as secondary participants in both states.
Currently, the SCLT is discussing the importance of gathering data about the role of school counselors in the state and is supporting the Virginia School Counseling Association (VSCA) in its efforts to gather information about the role and function of school counselors in Virginia and to determine the professional development needs of school counselors.
They are all fairly new, however, and are in the early stages of working out relationships with state school counseling associations and ASCA.
Cox, after having attended a summit at his state school counseling association conference the previous summer.
A conscious effort is needed among professional school counseling associations, preparation programs, and practitioners to offer training to PSCs concerning COAs.
In addition, the American School Counseling Association recently released its new model for school counseling programs (ASCA, 2003) based on the National Standards (ASCA, 1997).