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  • PPI Virtual Hill Day 2018

    Join PPI participants who will be advocting on Capitol Hill July 18th by participating virtually! ...

  • President’s Proposed Budget Jeopardizes the Well-Being and Education of Millions of Children and Youth

    The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) joins with other education and children’s advocacy organizations in expressing deep concern regarding President Trump’s proposed budget for FY18 in terms of its impact on children’s learning and well-being. ...

  • 5 Quick Back-to-School Advocacy Tips

    The start of a new academic year lends us energy, excitement and a fresh start for students, educators and school psychologists alike. It also presents us with an opportunity to commit ourselves to some new "resolutions" and goals. Will you make it one of yours to be an effective advocate for kids a ...

  • Real-time Advocacy Part 1

    This will be a two-part blog. In this first part, I will discuss the early planning and foundation-laying efforts that one state goernment and professional relations (GPR) committee is doing to enhance its advocacy efforts ...

  • School Violence Resources

    These resources were developed to help educators and administrators support students and families cope with bullying and school violence. ...

  • Statement of NASP President John Kelly Federal School Safety Commission Public Listening Session

    NASP President John Kelly testified before the Federal School Safety Commission regarding effective ways to create and maintain safe schools for all children. He urged the Commission to review the Framework for Safe and Successful Schools developed by NASP and other key education leadership organiza ...

  • Supporting High School Students in Accelerated Courses

    Volume 46 Issue 6

    Volume 46 Issue 6

    Implementing a full continuum of school-based mental health services includes the provision of universal supports for all students, as well as tiered supports for students at risk for academic or emotional decline; however, some students may be overlooked due to their high academic achievement, comp ...

  • Systems-Level Prevention

    These resources were created to help schools and districts implement comprehensive and culturally competent school safety and climate policies. ...

  • Talking to Children About Violence: Tips for Parents and Teachers

    High profile acts of violence, particularly in schools, can confuse and frighten children who may feel in danger or worry that their friends or loved-ones are at risk. They will look to adults for information and guidance on how to react. Parents and school personnel can help children feel safe by e ...

  • The Potential Impact of Tax Reform on School Psychology Graduate Students

    Congress is currently considering legislation that would overhaul the US Tax Code. As things are there are a number of proposals that would directly impact current and future school psychology graduate students and graduate educators. ...

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