Volume 3, Issue 4 (1974)
A New Model for Psychological Services in Educational Systems
How should psychologists address themselves to the on-going life of school systems? Even a brief look at the history of the development of school psychology indicates that the traditional procedures for assisting children have been directed toward individual study and placement. To the degree that it interfaces the field of psychology with the educational enterprise at all, it connects the psychologist to the individual child. It has become abundantly clear that the traditional procedures are neither meeting the needs of all children with learning and behavior problems nor assisting the schools in the over-all task of meeting the educational needs of children.
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