When Placement is Irrelevant: A Counselor’s Dilemma

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  • Marcellino Berardo

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https://doi.org/10.17161/ili.v1i1.6948

Abstract

Counselors help explain AEC policy to students. One of the most important policies at the AEC is the placement policy. Placement depends on different factors such as proficiency test scores, previous course work, grades, and teacher recommendations. The AEC considers these factors to move students up to the next level or pass them out of the program. In general, students are ecstatic when they pass, happy when they move up and less happy when they don’t. On rare occasions, counselors come across a situation where this general rule does not apply. Placement is irrelevant.

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2012-08-01

How to Cite

Berardo, M. (2012). When Placement is Irrelevant: A Counselor’s Dilemma. Issues in Language Instruction, 1(1), 28–30. https://doi.org/10.17161/ili.v1i1.6948

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