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Volume 1, Issue 1 (1972)

School Psychology as a Value Science?

pp. 9—13

We hear much these days about child advocacy, accountability, change agents, and behavioral objective learning programs. What part will the school psychologist play in the new educational strategies? I suspect in a crystal ball way that some of us will become increasingly involved with measurement and evaluation of programs; others will become change agents, which in some ways is akin to the county agricultural agent; and a few of us will ultimately become child advocates. These new specialties in school psychology will require additional manpower at both the professional and paraprofessional levels.

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