InSight is the official publication of the ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS OF PENNSYLVANIA which is an affiliate of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS InSight is published three times a year as a service to the ASPP membership. Copies are also sent to members of the NASP newsletter editors’ network and to the chairs of the school psychology programs in PA. It is an open forum for news, views and issues affecting the field of school psychology.
ASPP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, educational and scientific association of school psychologists with the goal of serving the educational and mental health needs of children within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The content of the newsletter and the opinions expressed by the contributors do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of ASPP or of the Executive Board members. Endorsement is not implied in the publication of product reviews, advertisements or announcements.
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Timothy Runge, Ph.D., NCSP
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