NASP is committed to ensuring that all children receive an appropriate public education, irrespective of race, culture and background, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, or educational need.
NASP is collecting member demographics to better assess the diversity of the profession. View the current data as of April 2021. As this represents only 18.7% of our membership, this should not be interpreted as the actual ratio of NASP members in each demographic category.
NASP has developed and identified resources to help schools and families engage in constructive dialogue and action regarding social justice that affect children's learning and well-being, including issues of poverty, race, privilege, violence, and economic isolation. … more
NASP promotes cultural competence in every area of school psychological service delivery. … more
NASP offers a variety of resources about the needs of LGBTQ youth and ways to make schools affirmative and safe environments. … more
Disproportionality refers to a group’s representation in a particular category that exceeds expectations for that group, or differs substantially from the representation of others in that category. … more
Our nation's schools and individual classrooms are becoming increasingly diverse and are comprised of all types of students, including English language learners, Indigenous children and youth, and students with disabilities. NASP is committed to advancing policies and practices that meet the needs of all students.