Volume 14, Issue 4 (1985)
What We Know About Rural School Psychology: A Brief Review and Analysis
Jack J. Kramer, Glenda J. Peters
ABSTRACT: This paper focuses on the information currently available in the general area of rural school psychology. Demographic information, historical factors, and current research are examined in an attempt to more completely understand the nature of psychological services in rural schools. Analysis of this information indicates that although there are factors unique to the rural setting which affect delivery of comprehensive services in these settings, rural school psychological services and the perceptions of rural practitioners are similar to the services provided by and perceptions of practitioners in more urban areas.
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