School Psychology Credentialing Resources
The State School Psychology Credentialing Requirements list provides information on:
- Credentialing requirements needed to practice in schools
- Continuing education requirements to maintain credentials
- Whether the state accepts the NCSP as an alternative route to credentialing school psychologists
- Scope of practice as it applies to the state education agency (SEA) credential
- Contact information for state departments of education
This document is intended for informational and clarification purposes only. It is provided as a service to the school psychology community as well as those with an expressed interest in school psychology. We cannot and do not guarantee the currency or accuracy of the information contained in this document. Although we will make every effort to provide current and updated information as we receive it, individuals should in all cases contact the appropriate state agencies to confirm the state's current requirements. We will endeavor to update the information as it becomes available to us.
Guidance for Respecialization and Professional Retraining
Review new guidance for respecialization and professional retraining, aligning with the NASP 2020 Professional Standards
School Psychology Credentialing Fact Sheet
Review this fact sheet that describes the landscape of school psychology credentialing and the importance of adhereing to NASP standards at the state level.
Considerations for Contract Services in School Psychology
This document provides considerations for both practitioners and employers when making decisions about engaging in contract services in school psychology.
Interstate Compact for School Psychologists
Review information about the development of an interstate compact for school psychologists, and how it may positively impact you and your state.
Overview of Differences Among Degrees in School Psychology
Review differences in degree programs and the potential impact of eligibility for various credentials.
Review frequently asked questions regarding the Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) credential.