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  • Best Practices: Foundations

    Fourth in the new Best Practices series, this book covers the basics of school psychology, addressing diversity, research and program evaluation, and legal/ethical/professional practices. This staple resource guides you to: Develop multicultural competence in services for children and families Crea ...

  • Congress Poised to Provide Increased investments in Education, Mental Health, and School Safety

    On Tuesday, September 18th, the Senate passed legislation that provides funding for FY2019 for the Departments of Defense, Labor, Health and Human Services and Education. It is widely expected that the House will follow suit when they return next week. Key highlights from the spending bill are desc ...

  • 5 Quick Back-to-School Advocacy Tips

    The start of a new academic year lends us energy, excitement and a fresh start for students, educators and school psychologists alike. It also presents us with an opportunity to commit ourselves to some new "resolutions" and goals. Will you make it one of yours to be an effective advocate for kids a ...

  • Advocacy in Action, With Feather Boas!

    School psychologists are ethically obligated to ensure that all students have an equal opportunity for the development and expression of their personal identity in a school climate that is safe, accepting, and respectful of all persons and free from discrimination, harassment, violence, and abuse. C ...

  • Advocating for School Mental Health Services within State Policy

    Many states do not have enough mental health providers to meet the demand of student mental health concerns within schools. The reasons are plentiful, but often include a lack of awareness about the need for mental health concerns, diminished school funding to provide mental health services, or an i ...

  • 5 Quick Back-to-School Advocacy Tips

    The start of a new academic year lends us energy, excitement and a fresh start for students, educators and school psychologists alike. It also presents us with an opportunity to commit ourselves to some new "resolutions" and goals. Will you make it one of yours to be an effective advocate for kids a ...

  • PPI Virtual Hill Day 2018

    Join PPI participants who will be advocting on Capitol Hill July 18th by participating virtually! ...

  • Advocacy, Leadership and Legislation... "Are we there yet?"

    In reflecting on this past year, I can't help but think of the importance of our work as school psychologists with crisis management and our role in advocacy and wonder, "are we there yet?" ...

  • NASP Leader Addresses the Effect of Media Coverage on School Violence at Federal Safety Commission Meeting

    NASP leader and school safety expert Ben Fernandez testified before the Federal Safety Commission today regarding the impact of media coverage of school violence, particularly mass shootings. He urged the commission incorporate recommendations on best practices in their report on effective ways to p ...

  • Statement of NASP President John Kelly Federal School Safety Commission Public Listening Session

    NASP President John Kelly testified before the Federal School Safety Commission regarding effective ways to create and maintain safe schools for all children. He urged the Commission to review the Framework for Safe and Successful Schools developed by NASP and other key education leadership organiza ...

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