Volume 34, Issue 1 (2005)
Editor's Comments: Special Topic: State of the Art Research in Academic and Behavioral Assessment and Intervention
Susan M. Sheridan
I now enter my fifth and final year as Editor of School Psychology Review. When I accepted the position bestowed upon me by fellow school psychologists within the organizational leadership of the National Association of School Psychologists, I was dedicated to promoting the use of the journal as the likely and appropriate mechanism to advance the scientific bases of our field. I believed then, as Ido now, that school psychology research provides incredible breadth and depth in are as germane to the education and development of children and youth, including the multiple contexts within which they reside (i.e., families,schools, and communities).
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