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Federal Advocacy

General Information

Similar to WSASP, NASP is also working on grassroots advocacy.  As School Psychologists, we are advocates for children every day in our schools.  Here are resources, tips, and tools gathered by your GPR to help you translate these individual based advocacy skills into professional advocacy for the field of school psychology and students on the federal legislative level.  We have knowledge, training and skills that our elected officials need to know about!

Contact your federal representatives today at the NASP Research and Policy Center.

Like Our Voice, the state-level website, this federal website will email all three federal representatives at once, based on your home address.  Additionally, there are advocacy materials available for your use.  NASP will also provide pre-written statements regarding issues of importance to help you in your advocacy efforts!  You do not need to be a member of NASP to access this.

Resources for Advocacy from NASP

NASP members can see much more at the NASP Advocacy Action Center.

*ProTip-NASP members can order 1 high quality copy of these materials from NASP for free!

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