Latest National Association of School Psychologists Stories

2014-01-28 23:31:23

The staffing firm will work a booth at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention from February 18-21 in Washington, D.C. In addition to traditional direct hires, PediaStaff places school-based psychologists on contract assignments through contract staffing back-office service Top Echelon Contracting. Washington (PRWEB) January 28, 2014 As a nationwide niche-oriented staffing company that focuses on placing pediatric and school-based clinicians, PediaStaff is a...

2009-05-01 12:13:00

Tips for parents on talking to children about swine flu CHICAGO, May 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As the concern over swine flu (H1N1) grows in school districts and communities across the country and around the world, children and families can become anxious. Parents may be looking for help on how to talk to their children and may not know how or when to communicate with the school. That's why the National Parent Teacher Association (PTA), National Association of School Nurses, and the...

2009-01-12 08:02:00

The solution does not lie with 'stranger danger' fear tactics or filtering, but with prevention strategies where students and schools "own" the problem. BERNARDSVILLE, N.J., Jan. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- CyberSmart! announced today the release of the CyberSmart! Cyberbullying Package, a positive and empowering suite of K-12 lessons provided free to schools in partnership with The National School Boards Association's Technology Leadership Network, the Character Education Partnership, the National...

2008-04-17 06:00:48

The Marshall University Graduate College's School Psychology Program has earned approval from a national professional organization. The National Association of School Psychologists has approved Marshall's program through 2011. "It is no small feat to obtain approval from this organization," said Fred Jay Krieg, Ph.D., program director. "We have to demonstrate that our school psychologists are actually making a difference in the lives of their students. As it turns out, it's easy for us to...

2007-05-10 06:00:31

By Arivett, Deanna L; Rust, James O; Brissie, Jane S; Dansby, Virginia S The study assessed the views of 115 special education teachers. They reported demographic information, data related to who was attending and leading individualized education plan (IEP) meetings, and their views about the helpfulness/importance of school psychologists. Special education teachers considered the presence of school psychologists to be moderately important. School psychologists' participation and leadership...

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