Graduate educators play a critical role in the development of future professionals who can provide effective, evidence-based, comprehensive school psychological services. NASP offers a variety of resources to help support effective graduate preparation in school psychology.
Graduate educators in school psychology have access to a host of NASP resources specifically intended to support graduate preparation in school psychology, including technical assistance briefs, an RSS feed of relevant journal abstracts, and an online review library of NASP's premiere publications.
NASP and its Graduate Education Committee developed best practice guidelines for internship and intern supervision to provide guidance for the critical culminating experience during school psychology graduate preparation. The "Model School Psychology Intern Supervisor" recognition program was designed to acknowledge field-based supervisors who consistently demonstrate these best practices.
Graduate educators can engage with fellow colleagues by sharing ideas and posting and downloading syllabi and other materials in the NASP Graduate Educators Community. Graduate educators are ideally positioned to encourage and identify ways for graduate students and recent graduates to engage with NASP and the profession.
Graduate Preparation Programs
School Psychology Program Database
Find information about all known school psychology graduate programs in the U.S., including program approval or accreditation status, student enrollment, financial aid, faculty, and internship placements
Identify all current NASP-Approved graduate preparation programs
Graduate Program Approval
Find out how to become a NASP-Approved graduate preparation program
Crosswalk of Graduate Courses and NASP Position Statements
View a list of current NASP position statements that align with school psychology graduate courses.
"Become an NCSP" Posters
Encourage your students to obtain the Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) credential by displaying this 14x20-inch poster in your office or throughout your department. Limited quantity of posters available upon request. E-mail requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.