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Volume 3, Issue 2 (1974)

Editorial Comment

pp. 2—3

Are there school psychologists in other parts of the world or are they primarily only in the United States? If they do exist elsewhere, what do they actually do? These are probably the questions most frequently asked members of the newly organized Committee on International School Psychology which is jointly sponsored by the National Association of School Psychologists and Division 16 of the American Psychological Association. The Committee has initiated a variety of procedures which will provide answers for these and other questions and generally improve communication between people interested in applying psychological principles to the daily educational problems throughout the world. This issue of the School Psychology Digest is part of this focus on improved communication and comes as an outgrowth of the increased interest in International School Psychology.

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