Volume 29, Issue 4 (2000)
Commentary: Sheridan and Gutkin's Vision of the Future: Information Will Help Us Get There
Robert C. Pianta
In their article on the ecology of school psychology, Sheridan and Gutkin offer a vision of the future with which it is hard to argue. My concerns are that Sheridan and Gutkin do not go far enough in their analysis of the anomaly and in helping to map “how we get from here to there.” In making these comments, I want to emphasize my reliance on their argument as a starting point; I think they are right on almost all counts. My goal in these remarks is to push further the premise that new information is the key to a vibrant school psychology that consumers find helpful.
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