Regional Differences in School Psychology
This presentation reports on an examination of regional differences in school psychology across the United States using data resulting from the 2010 NASP National Membership Study. Comparisons address demographic characteristics (e.g., gender, age, race or ethnicity, years of experience, graduate-level preparation, credentialing), employment conditions (e.g., students-to-school-psychologist ratio, race and ethnicity of students served, salary), and professional practices (e.g., 504 plans, special education evaluations, consultation cases, counseling, student groups, in-service programs, parent presentations, school-wide interventions).
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Poster presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conventions, Seattle, WA.
Scholar Commons Citation
Castillo, Jose M.; Curtis, M J.; Tan, S Y.; and Gelley, C, "Regional Differences in School Psychology" (2013). Educational and Psychological Studies Faculty Publications. 47.