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  • An Expression of Gratitude

    Volume 48 Issue 3

    Volume 48 Issue 3

    November is National Gratitude Month. The NASP Gratitude Works program suggests that we write letters to people who have helped us achieve goals, been kind to us, or have otherwise done something to make a difference in our worlds. Maybe I'm just in a more reflective mood than usual this morning, bu ...

  • Baltimore Bound

    Volume 48 Issue 5

    Volume 48 Issue 5

    It's only January, but I am already making preparations for what sounds like a great convention. I've been to Baltimore on several occasions and can assure you that this convention will offer a great experience for everyone. ...

  • Editor's Note
    Between Treatment Integrity and a Hard Place

    Volume 43 Issue 8

    Editor's Note Between Treatment Integrity and a Hard Place Many of us have had the experience of trying to be faithful to delivering an evidencebased program or intervention the way its authors had designed it and finding that nearly impossible because it just didn't seem to fit the students we we ...

  • Communiqué as a Resource for Professional Development

    Volume 47 Issue 6

    Volume 47 Issue 6

    Today, I am scrambling to put the finishing touches on the issue you are holding in your hands before I leave for the NASP 2019 Annual Convention in Atlanta. I know many of you have just returned from there, and I am confident that you had a productive and fun experience. I'm excited about going. ...

  • Communiqué Volume 49, Number 3 (November 2020)

    Download Print Edition FBAs and BIPs: An Updated Case Law Analysis By Perry A. Zirkel In contrast with professional norms and best practices, the legal requirements for functional behavioral assessments (FBAs) and behavior intervention plans (BIP) are meager in scope and specificity (Collins & Z ...

  • Communiqué Volume 49, Number 2 (October 2020)

    Download Print Edition Pros and Cons of Delayed Kindergarten Entry or Academic Redshirting By Sheila Desai & Nicholas Affrunti Among many other schooling challenges caused by COVID-19, parents of rising kindergarteners contemplated having their child's first formal education experience occur in ...

  • COVID-19: Are You Prepared?

    Volume 48 Issue 6

    Volume 48 Issue 6

    I apologize for the teaser headline, but this issue of Communiqué does not contain an article about coronavirus disease. Actually, I am writing this only to remind everyone that, at this point, schools should be reinforcing prevention procedures and preparing for the possibility of widespread contag ...

  • Editor’s Note

    Volume 42 Issue 8

    Editor's Note Changes at NASP NASP will soon be ramping up the volume on a number of changes within our association that have been quietly accumulating in the background. NASP Executive Director Susan Gorin and NASP Director of Communications Kathy Cowan discuss some of these changes in their arti ...

  • Editor’s Note

    Volume 43 Issue 4

    Editor&Rsquo;S Note Children as Refugees By John E. Desrochers Last year, nearly 70,000 people arrived in the United States as refugees. This year, unaccompanied children crossed our southern border in unprecedented numbers while border patrols and local communities scrambled to figure out what t ...

  • Editor’s Note

    Volume 40 Issue 8

    Welcome to the last issue of Communiqué for this year—Can summer vacation be far behind? Before I get too far ahead of myself, I want to recognize some of the people who help make Communiqué the great publication it is. First of all, I am deeply indebted to Steve Landau, Mark Ro ...

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