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The student-to-counselor ratio improved last year to its lowest point in over three decades, according to calculations released Tuesday by the American School Counselor Association.
The national student-to-counselor ratio decreased to 408:1 in the 2021-22 school year, down from 415:1 the year before. That's still higher than ASCA's recommended ratio of 250:1, but much lower than the 588:1 ratio in 1986-1987 when the association began tracking this metric.
Despite remaining over double the recommended level, ratios improved in Arizona, California, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota and Utah. States such as Tennessee, Indiana and New York, however, saw significant increases in counselor caseloads.
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