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  • NASP Elections

    NASP elections will be held from January 3 to January 24, 2018. Members will be sent e-mail reminders to vote online or to request a paper ballot. If you have any questions, please contact elections@naspweb.org. The positions being contested this year and the candidates seeking a leadership role in ...

  • New Jersey

    Accepts NCSP as a route to school based credential SEA Credential: School Psychologist: Requires candidates to hold a master's or higher degree from a regionally accredited college or university including: a NJ Department of Education-approved school psychology graduate curriculum or a minimum of ...

  • Oklahoma

    Accepts NCSP as a route to school based credential Graduation from a NASP approved program meets training standards and is required for out of state applicants SEA Credential: School Psychologist (Standard Certificate): Requires either completion of a regionally accredited school psychology program ...

  • Helping Children After a Wildfire: Tips for Parents and Teachers

    Experiencing a dangerous wildfire can be frightening even for adults, and the devastation to the familiar environment (i.e., home and community) can be long-lasting and distressing. ...

  • About School Psychology Forum

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  • Convention Advertising Rates 2017–2018

    NASP’s annual convention is the largest meeting of school psychologists in the world. The 2017 convention held in San Antonio, TX was a huge success, bringing in over 4,600 attendees. The 2018 NASP convention centered on the theme “Power of One,” will be held in Chicago, IL, F ...

  • President’s Strands

    Learn more about the two strands of sessions identified by NASP President John Kelly. ...

  • Intersectionality and School Psychology: Implications for Practice

    Volume 46 Issue 4

    Volume 46 Issue 4

    The term intersectionality was coined by Kimberlé Crenshaw in relation to how antidiscrimination laws did not protect Black women given that those laws treated race and gender as mutually exclusive categories of experience and analysis. This article explains the role of privilege and oppression in i ...

  • Strategies for Building Capacity for Behavior Supports

    Volume 45 Issue 4

    This article identifies a six-step plan for improving behavior supports within a district or school. ...

  • Large-Scale Natural Disasters: Helping Children Cope

    Large-scale disasters, such as major hurricanes or earthquakes, can have a strong emotional effect even for people not directly affected by the disasters. ...

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