NASP Research Center
The NASP Research Center provides access to empirical research on the profession of school psychology and information on the research activities of the Association.
New Publication: NASP Research Reports
NASP Research Reports is a new, peer-reviewed, electronic publication managed by the NASP Research Committee. It is published on an as-needed basis and is disseminated free of charge to education and mental health professionals, researchers, policy makers, and the general public.
Check out the latest issue!
New Research Summary: Shortages in School Psychology
Research suggests that longstanding shortages of school psychologists continue to threaten students’ access to school psychological services. Although NASP recommends a basic ratio of no more than 1,000 students per school psychologist, there is considerable evidence that most school districts do not meet this standard. The ratio of students per school psychologist is estimated to be 1,381 to 1 in the U.S.
Check out the new research summary from NASP: Shortages in School Psychology: Challenges to Meeting the Growing Needs of Students and Schools.
Stay informed about the activities of the Association and current issues and practices relevant to the profession. … more
Access, discuss, and expand on critical, current issues related to children's learning and mental health. … more
Scholarly advances in research, training, and practice related to psychology and education, and specifically to school psychology. … more