At their first conference after the Uvalde shooting, school counselors grapple with supporting students in an age of mass violence

One session on school shootings at the American School Counselor Association’s annual conference in Austin this week drew a large crowd. It discussed the roles counselors play before and after such traumatic events.

By Jaden Edison, The Texas Tribune
Posted 7/12/22

All it took was the mere mention of Uvalde for Alma Rodriguez to start tearing up. The El Paso native was among dozens of school counselors who packed a dimly lit room at the Austin Convention …

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