Journal Educational Verkenning
Yazarlar: ["Imara Sekibo", "Jokia Tinibu", "Mchumba Balogun"]
Özet: From the perspectives of various stakeholders, this study examined the Namibian School Counselling Program, including its goals, services provided, school resources available for its implementation and beneficiaries, as well as overall effectiveness and customer satisfaction. The study also looked at how the program was perceived by students and teachers. As a result, there were insufficient counseling rooms for individual counseling for teacher-counsellors, there was no separate budget for school counseling, there were no file cabinets or display boards, there were insufficient counselors, and there was insufficient knowledge about counseling activities, according to the findings of the study. A distinct or special budget be made aside for the school counseling program, as well as assignments of teacher-counselors to schools where positions have not yet been filled, and frequent awareness-raising activities are proposed as a consequence of this.