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Volume 14, Issue 4 (1985)

Editor's Comments

pp. 397

This issue of School Psychology Review features a mini-series on “Rural School Psychology” guest co-edited by Jan N. Hughes of Texas A & M University and Thomas K. Fagan of Memphis State University. These two professionals solicited five manuscripts covering a variety of issues and actions relevant to the practice of school psychology in rural settings, and I believe many other settings as well. In addition to the solicited articles in this mini-series, seven unsolicited manuscripts relevant to rural school psychology were reviewed. One of these unsolicited manuscripts (“What We Know About Rural School Psychology: A Brief Review and Analysis”) by Kramer and Peters was accepted for publication and provides a critical, empirical assessment of the assumption that school psychology in rural settings is significantly different from that practiced elsewhere. I believe this mini-series provides a valuable reference source given the paucity of published information about rural school psychology.

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