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Media Shane Jimerson Named New Editor of School Psychology Review

 October 23, 2019

 The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) is pleased to announce that Shane Jimerson, PhD, NCSP, has been selected as the Editor-Elect of School Psychology Review (SPR), NASP's premier peer-reviewed journal. Dr. Jimerson will begin his term as editor-elect in January 2020 and assume full editorship January 2021 for a 5-year term. He will succeed Amy L. Reschly, PhD, NCSP, who has served as SPR editor since 2016. 

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