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Volume 23, Issue 4 (1994)

Editor's Comments

pp. 555—556

This issue of the Review provides an exciting mix of solicited and unsolicited manuscripts representing issues that cover the full continuum of concerns in school psychology. I have taken a somewhat different approach to organizing the material for this issue. First, a series of papers that were originally part of a previous symposium at NASP in 1992 are presented. Next, you will find an invited address presented in 1993 that is linked to the symposium’s examination of professional issues. Following those papers, two unsolicited articles are featured that are closely related and offer very important and practical findings for school psychologists. Finally, a set of general, unsolicited manuscripts and a book review are offered.

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