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  • Best Practices in Crisis Prevention and Intervention

    Before it's too late, learn how to best support your school. The completely revised second edition of Best Practices in School Crisis Prevention and Intervention contains all the information necessary for analyzing all aspects of school crisis.Explore the 37 chapters for an in-depth look at specific ...

  • Reports: School Crime and Safety

    Links to research on school crime and safety. ...

  • Bullying of LGBTQ Students: A Problem Recognized by Students, Parents, and Teachers

    Volume 46 Issue 8

    Volume 46 Issue 8

    A growing body of research reveals that students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) often do not feel safe at school as a result of suffering from higher rates of bullying in comparison to their heterosexual peers (Kann et al., 2016; Kosciw, Greytak, Palmer, ...

  • Communiqué Volume 46, Number 7 (May 2018)

    Download Print Edition Responding to Tragedy Through Stakeholder Communication Networks By Katie A. Dockweiller As the morning of October 2, 2017 dawned, school psychologists across Nevada awoke to the news of the mass shooting at Mandalay Bay. Many of us had not gone to sleep, having heard the news ...

  • 13 Reasons Why Netflix Series

    Schools have an important role in preventing youth suicide, and being aware of potential risk factors in students’ lives is vital to this responsibility. The trending Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, based on a young adult novel of the same name, is raising such concerns. ...

  • A Framework for Safe and Successful Schools

    Evidence-based policies and practices for improving school safety and increasing access to mental health supports for children and youth. ...

  • Safe and Supportive Schools for LGBTQ+ Youth

    Volume 46 Issue 7

    Volume 46 Issue 7

    The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) believes school psychologists are ethically obligated to ensure all youth with diverse sexual orientations, gender identities, and/or gender expressions, are able to develop and express their personal identities in a school climate that is safe ...

  • Responding to Tragedy Through Stakeholder Communication Networks

    Volume 46 Issue 7

    Volume 46 Issue 7

    As the morning of October 2, 2017 dawned, school psychologists across Nevada awoke to the news of the mass shooting at Mandalay Bay. Many of us had not gone to sleep, having heard the news the previous night. As a school psychologist, I felt a heightened sense of alertness, and several questions ran ...

  • President's Message: Three Days in Parkland

    Volume 46 Issue 7

    Volume 46 Issue 7

    On February 14, 2018, NASP was kicking off our highest attended convention in the Association's history. I had just completed my welcome remarks to convention attendees, and Dr. Steve Robbins had energized the crowd with his keynote message of honoring diversity, inclusion, and the power of caring. ...

  • Editor's Note: Realizations About Guns

    Volume 46 Issue 6

    Volume 46 Issue 6

    Several weeks ago, still reeling from news of the murders of 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, I was standing in the lobby of a fancy hotel when suddenly a noise like a big firecracker went off nearby. Instinctively crouching and turning around to look (“What the heck is ...

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