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Volume 6, Issue 2 (1977)

Field Placements in School Psychology

pp. 34—50

The training of school psychologists, whether at the entry level to the profession or beyond, requires the providing of field experience placements. Such placements are expected to be appropriately integrated into the programs of study at the sixth-year level and beyond. The time of offering the field experience in the sequence of studies, the site, the nature of experiences, and supervision are expected to be consistent with the philosophical orientation of the training program. In addition, such aspects are expected to be consistent with the Standards for Training Programs in School Psychology, Standards for the Provision of School Psychological Services and, Standards for Field Placements in School Psychology, prepared by the National Association of School Psychologists.

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