2023 Virtual Fall Conference
Registration is now open! This years conference includes a total of 75 clock hours & features presenters from around the world!
Social Justice Task Force Resources
WSASP has identified and compiled these resources through the work of school psychologists across the state of Washington. These come from a variety of sources and are intended to help schools and families engage in constructive dialogue about social justice issues in the hopes that we can work together to shift the conversation from hate and violence toward understanding and respect. We will be adding to these resources over time.
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Author(s): NASP - By Amanda L. Sullivan
Tags: Assessment, District Level, School Level, Student Level
Description: School psychologists can contribute to the reduction of this ongoing phenomenon of disproportionality by ensuring that their own practices are sound. Given the increasing diversity of our nation’s schools, it is inevitable that practitioners will encounter students and families with backgrounds and experiences drastically different from their own. As such, the cultivation of knowledge, skills, and dispositions conducive to effectively serving diverse populations is essential to ensuring that our professional practices remain relevant and beneficial to the communities we serve.
Tags: Assessment, General Equity and Justice Information, General Psychological Practices, District Level, School Level, List of Resources
Description: A list of resources pertaining to social justice information and research, organized by practice focus area.
Author(s): Council of National Psychological Associations for the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Interests
Tags: Assessment, Foundational, District Level, School Level, Student Level, Booklet
Description: The monograph on testing and assessment among racial/ethnic minorities is the fourth in a series of monographs published by the Council of National Psychological Associations for the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Interests (CNPAAEMI) to address diversity issues pertaining to core activities undertaken by psychologists in service of the major racial/ethnic minority populations in the United States.