School Psychology Conference
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:
33rd Annual School Psychology Conference
Overcoming Adversity: Surviving and Thriving in the Face of Challenges
Friday, March 14, 2014
7:45 am – 4:30 pm
Howard Gittis Student Center
1755 N. 13th Street
For more information visit the Temple University School Psychology Website
PCOM 5th Annual Diversity Conference
From Exclusion to Inclusion
Friday April 4th & Saturday April 5th
For more information please vist the Events Calendar
ASPP-PSU Fall Conference Success!
Thank you to all of the planners, presenters and attendees for a successful ASPP/PSU Fall conference! Thank you to Dr. Cornell for an excellent Bernreuter lecture.
See you next October in State College!
ASPP School Psychologist of the Year
Congratulations to Dr. Doug DellaToffalo on being selected as the 2013 School Psychologist of the Year!
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"Requirements under Act 45 and 48 that mandate professional development for teachers and administrators are suspended until June 30, 2013. Professional educators may take professional development courses, which will count toward compliance with Act 48, but they are not required to do so. The five-year window for completing these courses will also be suspended and educators will have the same amount of time to complete Act 45 and 48 requirements after the moratorium. Requirements are not suspended for candidates for appointment as a district superintendent, assistant superintendant or AVTS director; they must complete the required Pennsylvania School Leadership Standards program under Section 1217."
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