Ethics and Law for School Psychologists

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Subject Index
Acronyms, 373–374
Activities:
on education of students with disabilities, 150, 166
on ethics in school psychology, 32
on law and school psychology, 55
on psychoeducational assessments, 198
on research in the schools, 294
on school-based interventions, 229–230
on systems-level consultation issues, 275
Advocacy:
complex legal landscape for, 310–314
definition of, 309, 323
ethical and legal issues with, 20–21, 309–316, 323
ethical practice development including, 315–316
overview of, 309–310, 316
proactive survival strategies for advocates, 314–315
record keeping of, 315
social power influencing, 315
Agostini v. Felton (1997), 39
AIDS/HIV, 118, 221–222
Alamo Heights Independent School District v. State Board of Education (1986), 135
Alcohol use. See Substance use/abuse
Altman v. Bedford Central School District (1999), 60
Ambach v. Norwick (1979), 11
American Psychological Association (APA):
Division 16/Division of School Psychology of, 8
Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct, 3, 8, 10–11, 22, 23, 27, 47, 68–69, 170, 184, 187, 195, 277, 287, 292, 296, 341–364
ethics committee of, 26–27
record keeping guidelines of, 92
training standards by, 4, 26, 296
unethical conduct response of, 26–29
Web site of, 32
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA/1990) and amendments (ADAA/2008):
accommodations under, 162–164
ADD/ADHD under, 157
communicable diseases under, 159
disability terms defined under, 155–158, 165
education of students with disabilities under, 44, 51, 153, 155–161, 162–167
eligibility under, 159–161
evaluation procedures under, 159–161
federal antidiscrimination legislation including, 44
harassment/bullying avoidance under, 155
lawsuits against schools and school psychologists under, 51
major life activities under, 156–158
overview of, 164–165
physical or mental impairments under, 155–156, 158
procedural safeguards under, 164
study and discussion of, 166–167
substance dependency under, 157, 158
whistle-blower protection under, 165–166
A. P. v. Woodstock Board of Education (2008), 201
Armijo v. Wagon Mound Public Schools (1998), 215, 261
Arnold v. Board of Education of Escambia (1990), 220, 221
Assessments. See Psychoeducational assessments
Assistive technology, 135–136
Attention deficit [hyperactivity] disorder (AD[H]D), 118, 153, 157, 225–226, 285
Autism, 110

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