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  • Academic Outcomes Website Improved

    Volume 38 Issue 6

    Academic Outcomes Website Improved By Rachel Brown-Chidsey The Future of School Psychology Task Force on Academic Outcomes is pleased to announce enhancements to its website. Launched in 2008, the website provides resources that support positive academic outcomes for all students. The website was ...

  • A Capital Experience: What Did You Learn?

    Volume 42 Issue 7

    2014 Convention NewsWashington, DC, February 18–21 A Capital Experience: What Did You Learn? By Katherine Minke & Katherine C. Cowan The 2014 NASP convention was a great success. More than 5,300 school psychologists gathered from around the world in Washington, DC to learn, be inspired, ...

  • Add Professional Advocacy to Your List of Critical Skills

    Volume 38 Issue 5

    Add Professional Advocacy to Your List of Critical Skills School psychologists are advocates by training. Child advocacy is a central principal of and primary responsibility for school psychologists, just as advocating for ethical behavior is a cornerstone of professional practice. Advocating for y ...

  • Advocacy at NASP in the Early Years

    Volume 47 Issue 3

    Volume 47 Issue 3

    Advocacy has been a central mission for NASP throughout its existence. In the beginning, NASP advocacy focused on school psychologists providing services to children in the schools. However, NASP encountered a variety of barriers, including unfavorable legislation and court decisions. ...

  • Advocating for the Emotional Well Being of Our Nation's Youth

    Volume 40 Issue 2

    Convention News Advocating for the Emotional Well–Being of Our Nation's Youth By Michael C. Forcade When you talk to someone from Philadelphia, you quickly get a picture of intense civic pride. Although the city has played a significant role in the history of our country, other eastern seaboa ...

  • A Foodie’s and Shopper’s Paradise: Your Guide to Restaurants and Shopping in San Francisco

    Volume 39 Issue 3

    A Foodie’s and Shopper’s Paradise: Your Guide to Restaurants and Shopping in San Francisco By Kat Firme & Jennifer Steinback Restaurants San Francisco is a foodie’s paradise. There are more than 3,000 restaurants in the city featuring foods from every corner of the world, in ...

  • After A Suicide - A Toolkit for Schools

    Volume 40 Issue 3

    NASP News After a Suicide - A Toolkit for Schools The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) and the Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC), two of the nation's leading suicide prevention organizations, have collaborated to produce a toolkit to assist schools in the aftermath of a sui ...

  • After Little Sleep in Seattle, the Convention Road Show Heads for DC!

    Volume 41 Issue 7

    ul.contributor_list{ float:left; list-style-type:none; margin:5px; padding:0px; height:170px; } ul.contributor_list li{ padding-bottom:5px; } 2013 Convention NewsSeattle, February 12–15 After Little Sleep in Seattle, the Convention Road Show Heads for DC! By Mic ...

  • Awards
    Agan-Smith Is NASP School Psychologists of the Year

    Volume 43 Issue 7

    Awards Agan-Smith Is NASP School Psychologist of the Year By Karen O'Brien The Awards committee is pleased to announce that Pamela Agan-Smith is the NASP 2015 School Psychologist of the Year. The School Psychologist of the Year award recognizes excellence in the provision of school psychological ...

  • Alexa Posny to Present Keynote in Chicago

    Volume 38 Issue 5

    Alexa Posny to Present Keynote in Chicago Wow! An already great convention lineup just got better. NASP is excited to announce that Alexa E. Posny, the newly appointed Assistant Secretary for the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS), w ...

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