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  • Heartache in Orlando: Response, Recovery, and Reflection

    Volume 45 Issue 2

    This article details one school psychologist's experience serving the Orlando community following the June 12, 2016, shooting at the Pulse nightclub. ...

  • Intersections of Identity: Exceptionality and LGBTQ

    Volume 45 Issue 1

    This article is devoted to raising awareness and opening the conversation for educators regarding multiple minority youth; that is, youth who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ), as racial minorities, and as people with disabilities. ...

  • Introducing Gender Diversity Within an Elementary School

    Volume 45 Issue 5

    In this article, Amy Glazer reflects on a recent growth experience spurred by one of her students. ...

  • June Is LGBT Pride Month

    Volume 45 Issue 8

    Volume 45 Issue 8

    This article introduces an educator's guide to LGBTQ-inclusive curricula in contributing to feelings of student connectedness, reductions in homophobic remarks, and making schools safer for LGBTQ students. ...

  • 2019 Keynote Address

    Michael Bonner is an inspiring second-grade teacher at North Carolina's South Greenville Elementary, where the majority of students have strenuous familial dynamics and many are homeless. The school is a 100% recipient of free and reduced lunch and is located in an impoverished neighborhood in Easte ...

  • 2016 Keynote Address

    At the Keynote Address for the NASP 2016 Annual Convention, NASP President Todd A. Savage hosted Janet Mock, nationally acclaimed author and advocate. Together, they discussed her experiences as a transgender woman, her journey from her childhood as multiracial, poor, and trans in Hawaii, and the im ...

  • Keynote Address

    A powerful storyteller with a powerful story to tell, Dr. Steve L. Robbins has an uncanny ability to inspire people even as he is challenging the way they think about the world. Born in Vietnam, Dr. Robbins immigrated with his mother to the United States, where they faced many challenges during a ti ...

  • 2017 Keynote Address

    World renowned author and advocate Tererai Trent shares her experiences as a young girl in rural Zimbabwe, a country then known as Rhodesia and under colonial rule, where a war for liberation and her passion for education sparked her life's trajectory. While traditional women's roles prevented her f ...

  • 2020 Keynote Address

    Two boys named Wes Moore were born in the same Baltimore neighborhood less than a year apart. One grows up to be a Rhodes Scholar, decorated veteran, and White House fellow. The other becomes a convicted murderer serving a life sentence. Wes Moore will give a firsthand account of a life's journey em ...

  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Intersex, and Two Spirit (LGBTQI2-S) Committee

    NASP believes that school psychologists are ethically obligated to ensure that all students have an equal opportunity for the development and expression of their personal identity in a safe school environment. ...

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