NASP is committed to ensuring the highest
quality of training and practice for the profession of school psychology and
has well established, widely adopted standards that are defined in the NASP Standards for
Training and Credentialing of School Psychologists (2000). NASP also
monitors and responds to potential policy or legislative actions that may
affect the provision of quality school psychological services or outcomes for
children and youth.
NASP is keeping members of the profession informed and also
reaching out to allied professional organizations that share the commitment to
ensure high standards of practice within schools and mental health. We will
continue to update the information on this page.
Questions and comments not addressed in the resources below
should be directed to email@example.com.