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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Here we are with the last installment of Communiqué for this year. This issue alone should supply you with enough reading to get you through at least the beginning of the summer! Benjamin Lovett's article about extended time on tests is required reading for every practitioner who has ever had to discuss these kinds of accommodations at an IEP meeting. I'm making copies for my entire team at school! We also have two more articles in our series on TBI and sports-related concussions as well as articles on parent involvement, sexting, schizophrenia, school-wide positive behavior support, and much, much more.

Summer is also a time to think about writing for Communiqué . If the thought of having 26,000 school psychologists as well as many parents, administrators, and teachers read your ideas appeals to you, this is a great place to send your work! We welcome unsolicited manuscripts from practitioners, graduate educators, and students. For next year, we are particularly interested in articles on the following topics: advocating for the social and emotional welfare of children, how to interpret traditional assessment data within an RTI framework and how to use RTI data in a traditional assessment (Are there practitioners or districts doing this successfully?), what school psychology is like in different countries, and RTI applied to behavior. The Communication Matters column is also looking for articles (see page 28).

And now, it's time for thank yous. This is the only month when I wish I had more space for my Editor's Note-I could easily fill a whole page with the gratitude I feel for the people who make Communiqué possible. …

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