Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

Editor's Note

Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

Editor's Note

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Editing Communiqué is an all-consuming business. I'm proud to announce that I can now edit articles in my sleep. Yes, I now find myself dreaming (or I now wake up and realize I've been dreaming) of articles and editing them. I'm not sure which ones in the current issue were edited this way ... you be the judge!

This month Communiqué begins to feature people who have been recognized as "Difference Makers on Behalf of Children." Take a look at the Communication Matters column for details about this program. We are starting with Kimberly Evans (p. 4) and Charlotte Armstrong (p. 15), two school psychologists whose efforts are having broad influence. We hope to feature more Difference Makers in the months to come and NASP is encouraging all members to participate in this program. In fact, School Psychology Awareness Week (November 10-14) might be the ideal time to recognize a Difference Maker in your school.

NASP is also continuing its efforts to increase member services on its website. Communiqué itself is sponsoring an online discussion of Graciela ElizaldeUtnick's article this month, "Using the Response to Intervention Framework With English Language Learners." In addition, our Focus on Best Practices online learning event for November features Amanda VanDerHeyden discussing "Can't Do/Won't Do Assessments." Please look for and participate in these discussions in the Communities section of the NASP website.

Articles on multicultural competence are a priority for Communiqué and this month's insert, "Effective Communication With Black Families" (and the article on "Using the Response to Intervention Framework With English Language Learners") continues that tradition. …

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