The Temple University School Psychology Program, the Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania, and the School District of Philadelphia invite you to join us for the:
34th annual School Psychology Conference
Improving Practice, Improving Lives
March 13, 2015
For more information, please visit the Temple University College of Education Website
RTI Action Network Spotlights Pennsylvania!
Recently an article was posted on the RTI Action Network website highlighting Pennsylvania's use of an RTII framework for identifying specific learning disabilities.
Pennsylvania School Psychologist Evaluation Tool
The Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) has issued information regarding the employee evaluation tools to be used for various on-teaching employees including school psychologists. A document (pdf) is available for download on the PDE website.
Current Research Opportunity
The ASPP Executive Board is pleased to announce one research opportunity for the review period of May – August 2014. The Research Subcommittee has reviewed all requests and believes this one is of considerable merit. We, therefore, endorse this study for our members to individually consider. For more information, visit theResearch Opportunities page.
Join ASPP on Facebook
If you haven't already, please join ASPP on Facebook. We are trying to develop a great community of school psychologists to share questions, concerns, and to network.
As a service to our members, ASPP posts employment notices in the Members Section. When available, job openings within the state will be posted here. Employers wishing to post an opening may do so, free of charge, by contacting, Matt Ferchalk, Web Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org) or (717) 865-5424(717) 865-5424.
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ASPP views this as a great opportunity to promote best practices and hope that we all take advantage of these opportunities!