Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

Changes at NASP

Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

Changes at NASP

Article excerpt

NASP will soon be ramping up the volume on a number of changes within our association that have been quietly accumulating in the background. NASP Executive Director Susan Gorin and NASP Director of Communications Kathy Cowan discuss some of these changes in their article titled "The Winds of Change and Staying Rooted" on page 31. I encourage you to read this article because it describes a number of enhancements to the NASP membership experience that will become increasingly evident as the association embraces a reorganization of the its leadership structure; a redesigned website; an increased use of technology; and a renewed commitment to our volunteer leaders, advocacy, and professional development. Communiqué will be monitoring these changes as they evolve.

In addition to reporting on all the things that are changing, Susan and Kathy also describe what is not changing within our association. Symbolized by its new logo, NASP is certainly growing and thriving, and at the same time it is remaining true to its traditional position at the nexus of psychology and education: NASP's central role in professional standards, advocacy, reliable information, and maintaining a focus on helping children and families all remain unchanged. I was happy to read that.

This is the last issue of this school year and I want to thank the people who help make Communiqué the most widely read school psychology publication in the world. Many people at the NASP office have a hand in this effort, with special thanks due to Brieann Kinsey and Linda Morgan, who handle all aspects of production. …

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