Public Policy Institute (PPI)
Equity and Access to High Quality Public Education: National Policy Directions to Address Educational Disparities
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There are a limited number of complimentary registration scholarships available to school psychology graduate students and state school psychology professional organizations.
NASP partners annually with the George Washington (GW) University Graduate School of Education and Human Development to offer a federal Public Policy Institute (PPI). This program offers an intensive learning experience that helps build foundational knowledge of education public policy and grassroots advocacy skills.
Presenters include national leaders working in federal education and human service offices, Congressional committees and offices, research institutions, professional associations, and student-development organizations. Participants engage in reflective discussion, interactive activities, and enjoy a hands-on experience advocating on Capitol Hill.
This program is an excellent opportunity for graduate students, school psychologists, school counselors, teachers, principals, and others committed to promoting healthy and successful students and schools.
Mon, July 17, 2017 - Wed, July 19, 2017
The 3-day basic training focuses on how federal and state education policy and grassroots advocacy shapes positive learning environments for all students. Participants will explore opportunities and barriers to education reform in ESSA and the impact of research, policy and practice on school and student outcomes.