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The mission of school psychologists is to promote educationally and psychologically healthy environments for all children and youth by implementing research-based, effective programs that prevent problems, enhance independence, and promote optimal learning.

Family, School, and Community Partnering Recognition Award

The NASP Family, School, and Community Partnering Interest Group is excited to announce a call for nominations for the Family, School, and Community Partnering Recognition Award. The purpose of this award is to recognize a NASP member who exemplifies family, school, and community partnering in their work. Practitioners, researchers, and trainers are encouraged to send nominations (including self-nominations) to Sarah Fefer at sfefer@educ.umass.edu. Nominations are due by January 17, 2018.

Each nomination should include a statement of nominee qualifications (2-page maximum) relative to the following five criteria: (1) Scholarship or applied work focuses on family, school, and community partnering; (2) Quality of family, school, and community partnering activities; (3) Quantity of family, school, and community partnering activities; (4) Family, school, and community partnering activities include increasing the capacity for partnering (e.g., training district coaches); and (5) Family, school, and community partnering activities are aligned with empirically-validated strategies. 

Send nominations (including self-nominations) to Sarah Fefer at sfefer@educ.umass.edu

 

NASP Advocacy Action Center

1. Visit The NASP Advocacy Page to find all of NASP's current Legislative alerts.

2. Click on the blue title of one of these alerts, and this will bring you to a new page.

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