Volume 12, Issue 4 (1983)
Ethical Considerations for School Psychologists in Planning for Special Needs Children
Dorothy B. Clement, Ann S. Zartler, James A. Mulick
ABSTRACT: School psychologists often face ethical dilemmas when planning for children under P.L.94-142. Conflicts arise from budgetary constraints and professional disagreements. Results of a questionnaire survey indicate areas of difficulty that presently exist in evaluation,decision-making, and placement among sampled school psychologists. Ethical and legal implications are discussed and possible preventive measures are suggested.
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