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MediaNASP Expresses Concern Regarding Federal School Safety Report

November 4, 2018

The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) believes that the United States has no greater responsibility than safeguarding the well-being of our children and youth. Ensuring safe schools and communities is paramount to this responsibility. Critical to this effort is Federal leadership—defined by specific guidance and critical resources—to help states and districts ensure that every child attends a safe and supportive school. Unfortunately, the Federal Commission on School Safety report released today misses a vital opportunity to help the nation significantly advance this work.

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