Volume 18, Issue 2 (1989)
Commentary on NASP at Twenty: Accreditation, Public Policy, and Child Advocacy
Douglas T. Brown
ABSTRACT: NASP has grown significantly in the past 20 years, and has established itself as the primary representative of school psychology. The association has many challenges facing it during the next 20 years in the areas of accreditation, public policy, and child advocacy. The quality of school psychologists being trained today will, in part, influence the creativity and vitality of NASP leadership in the future.
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