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You do not have to commit to attending board meetings to be involved! We welcome and encourage new voices on our many committees. Check out NJASP Committees and be part of the conversation in whatever way fits with your interests and availability.
As you go "back to school", consider going WAY back to your old high school or college to present on the field of school psychology!
NASP has officially launched the Exposure Project (NASP-EP) to expose high school students and undergraduates to school psychology. As a school psychology graduate student, faculty member, or practitioner, please consider presenting to high school students or undergraduates in your area to expose them to the field. ALL materials have been prepared for you and are available by accessing the Dropbox link below. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact Dr. Charles Barrett, Co-Chair, African American Subcommittee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for your support of this exciting project that will significantly affect the field of school psychology!
NASP Exposure Project
NEW: Virtual Hill Day during School Psychology Awareness Week (SPAW).
Your help is needed to advance critical goals related to school safety, mental health, and the role of the school psychologist. Participate in a Virtual Hill Day on Wednesday, November 14, during School Psychology Awareness Week. Make sure your voice is heard. Join your fellow school psychologists across the country in taking three easy steps to communicate with your elected officials: http://www.nasponline.org/research-and-policy/advocacy-tools-and-resources/school-psychology-awareness-week-(spaw)/in-progress/virtual-hill-day
And, now is a good time to start planning your other SPAW activities for the rest of the week. Download your adaptable "Unlock Potential. Find Your Password!" resources today: http://www.nasponline.org/research-and-policy/advocacy-tools-and-resources/school-psychology-awareness-week-(spaw)
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With the passage of ESSA, it is important for NJ school psychologists to have a "seat at the table" as states and local districts decide how to implement guidelines for school improvement. It is critical that we stay involved to help ensure that ESSA is implemented in the most effective manner. Click here for more!
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A: New Jersey's proposed ESSA State Plan policies were submitted to the USDOE as planned. Click here for what this may mean for you GPR Q & A
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