Volume 10, Issue 2 (1981)
Douglas T. Brown, Bartell W. Cordon
The Spring Hill Symposium was the child of two separate series of events which seemed appropriately timed to provide a happy marriage. The presidents of the two professional organizations representing school psychologists (The National Association of School Psychologists and the Division of School Psychology-APA) met at the 1978 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, held in Montreal, and mapped out a series of proposals for mutually beneficial cooperative activities, including a proposal to convene a national conference on the future of school psychology. The proposal was taken to the executive body of each organization and received endorsement. A Steering Committee was appointed and began to seek ways and means.
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