SPR Special Topic Call for Submissions
School Psychology Review (SPR) invites all scholars to submit manuscripts for upcoming Special Topic Sections. These Special Topic sections address critical issues in the field and are designed to advance both practice and research.
This special topic is intended to (1) introduce open science principles and practices to a broader school psychology audience, including researchers and practitioners; (2) demonstrate open science principles and practices in school psychology scholarship; (3) explore barriers to open science practices; and (4) facilitate discussion regarding the intersection of open science with contemporary movements and critical issues in school psychology, such as the potential for open science to (a) advance social justice, (b) increase diversity of scholarship, and (c) improve implementation science and evidence-based practices.
This special issue aims to explore the immigrant youth’s unique social–emotional assets and challenges in the U.S. educational system and the roles of school psychologists in fostering our understanding and support for this understudied population.