Counseling Latino Immigrants in Middle School.

The increase of Latino immigrants in the United States places more pressure on school counselors to assist in the adjustment of Latino students entering school systems (U.S. Census Bureau, 2004). This may particularly affect schools that only a few years ago had no Latino immigrants. This article addresses how one Southern school district’s counseling program is working to meet the needs of its non-English-speaking Latino middle school students by hiring a Spanish-speaking counselor and offering intervention strategies to facilitate the transition and adjustment of incoming students. **********

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