NASP’s Commitment to Culturally Responsive Practice

As America's schools become increasingly diverse, NASP reaffirms its commitment to promote inclusive educational environments that respect and respond to differences in race, culture, ethnicity, and language. Through partnerships, recruitment efforts, bilingual publications, training, online resources, and advocacy, NASP promotes cultural responsiveness in every area of school psychological service delivery. Culturally responsive practice benefits children in many ways. In addition to improved cross-cultural communication, school psychologists who are culturally responsive ensure that consultation, intervention, and assessments are appropriately designed to meet student, staff, and parental needs. 

Diversity is a core value in NASP’s Strategic Plan.