Volume 33, Issue 1 (2004)
Partnering to Chart Our Futures: School Psychology Review and School Psychology Quarterly Issue on the Multisite Conference on the Future of School Psychology
Susan M. Sheridan, Rik Carl D'Amato
With the 21st century firmly on us, we are faced with realities and opportunities never seen before. Much has happened since the Thayer, Spring Hill, and Olympia conferences—the previous major defining conferences in school psychology. Drastic changes in societal demographics, values, and norms have been paralleled by new legislation, mandates,and standards. Within our own field,changes within organizations and the emergence of new associations (e.g., Society for the Study of School Psychology) have shifted our roles and the direction of our leadership. Several authors have offered to chart the directions that school psychology should take in the new millennium, each mentioning important components for the continuing evolution and renewal of our field (Conoley & Gutkin, 1995).
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