Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

Editor's Note

Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

Editor's Note

Article excerpt

Welcome to another year with NASP and another issue of COMMUNIQUÉ! This year we are celebrating the 40th anniversary of the founding of NASP and the 20th anniversary of the NCSP credential.

Many of you will be pleased to see that our most successful features from last year are back. COMMUNIQUÉ is also stepping up its effort to link with NASP's Web-based member services: read NASP News about how to interact with other NASP members in the NASP Communities, participate in Online Learning Events, and (yes, it's true) enter a YouTube video contest! This month's Online Learning Event is on violence prevention and is described in our Focus on Best Practices article. COMMUNIQUÉ is hosting its own discussion this month: Ron Benner and Barry Barbarasch will talk about their article, "NEA Supports Right to Retain 'Psychologist' in Our Professional Title," and exchange ideas with you about how to work with your local union to improve services to students, families, and schools and to promote the ideals that school psychologists stand for. We nearly all belong to unions, but we don't always appreciate how powerful a voice they can be for school psychology. Talk with Ron and Barry and get ready to see your union in a new light.

NASP is participating in the national debate on education during this Presidential election year by sending an education policy paper entitled Ready to Learn, Empowered to Teach: Excellence in Education for the 21st Century to both candidates and other national policy makers. …

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