NASP applauds the passage of the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act, the small but significant improvements to existing gun laws, combined with critical funding to support increased access to mental health services and violence prevention initiatives will save lives.
NASP has adopted the “Resolution on Policing in Schools”; resulting from 2 years of extensive input from groups of diverse perspectives and careful deliberation among NASP’s governance groups.
This article provides suggestions for rethinking the role of individual assessment and its potential impact on service delivery.
This article highlights the trends in state laws and judicial rulings specific to identification of and interventions for students with dyslexia.
This blog post will review the roles and responsibilities of interpreters and translators and those who use them, as well as solutions to ensure informed decision-making and family participation in educational settings where student mental health is concerned.
NASP is hosting both PREPaRE core workshops virtually in August. This is a great way get PREPaRE trained if your district or employer is not in a position to host in-district or in-person workshops this summer or fall. Register today!
Membership renewal is due on June 30. Membership gives you access to resources, discounted professional development, the latest news and research in the profession, and a network of 24,500 colleagues.
Register by July 15 for this two-day virtual summer learning intensive for experienced practitioners seeking practical, evidence-based skills around mental and behavioral health services. Attendees of this event can earn up to 22 hours of CPD credit.
The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) represents and supports the profession of school psychology by advancing effective practices to improve students' learning, behavior and mental health, and by maintaining essential standards for ethics and practice. Read more
NASP Practice Model
The NASP Model for Comprehensive and Integrated School Psychological Services (PDF), also known as the NASP Practice Model, represents NASP's official policy regarding the delivery of school psychological services. NASP has developed this implementation guide as a resource to help school psychologists through the process of advocating for and implementing the model in their school or district.
The NASP Model for Comprehensive and Integrated School Psychological Services, also known as the NASP Practice Model, represents NASP’s official policy regarding the delivery of school psychological services. The model was updated as part of the NASP 2020 Professional Standards revision and builds on the success of the 2010 standards in advancing the comprehensive role of school psychologists across the country.