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Volume 11, Issue 2 (1982)

Pre-Olympia Survey Results

pp. 136—143

What are the judgments regarding importance and degree of agreement by school psychologists on current issues in school psychology? These judgments of persons in school psychology throughout the United States and Canada would obviously provide an important data base to the planning of a futures conference. The Spring Hill Symposium (Ysseldyke & Weinberg, 1981) presented a variety of topical issues that face the profession of school psychology. While these issues are diverse and touch many aspects of the profession’s training and work environments, little has been presented regarding their relative importance to school psychologists or their opinions about the issues. This study was conducted to assess the importance and opinion (agreement/disagreement) dimensions regarding a variety of current issues and subsequently provide an information base for program planning.

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