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“Equity” takes the stage as CASP presents its 68th Annual Convention, October 5-7 in Garden Grove. Keynote Speaker will be Dr. Shaun Harper, Professor of Education, Africana Studies, and Gender Studies Executive Director, Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education, USC. Workshops will address equity in education, and how school psychologists can help all students achieve. Register before September 11 for discounted fees.
The online version of CASP Today Summer 2017 is now up and ready for your viewing! You can access it by logging into the Members Area of CASPOnline.org. The online issue includes a preview of CASP Convention 2017 in Orange County, a spotlight on CASP President Dr. Pedro Olvera, an article on cultivating care and support for refugee students and more. You can also link to CASP’s 2016-2017 Annual Report when you access CASP Today online. The print issue of the newsletter is a slightly shorter version of the complete newsletter that is online; it will be in your mailbox soon.
Student members who volunteer to monitor a workshop at CASP Convention 2017 can attend that workshop for free! We count on you to make sure the workshops run smoothly. Learn more about becoming a student volunteer on the student monitor page.
The California School Psychology Foundation developed the mini-grant program as part of its mission to enhance and support the practice of school psychology via financial support for projects designed to provide direct benefit to students. Successful applicants have created projects in their district that promote the development of positive assets in children and youth. Visit the CSPF Mini-Grant section for more information and apply by the Sept. 1 deadline.
The September 2017 issue of the California School Psychology Journal is now online. This special issue is composed of six papers delving into the subject and effectiveness of culturally responsive mental health and consultation practices with diverse populations within school settings. You can access the journal by logging into the Members Area of CASPOnline.org.
School districts, SELPAs, county offices of education and parents are invited to check out CASP’s LEP Directory. This directory features listings by name, city and languages spoken of licensed educational psychologists located throughout California.
Too access this directory visit the LEP Page.
In support of California’s immigrant children, CASP has produced a hybrid Resource/Position paper. The paper looks at the status of the federal administration’s travel ban and how it is affecting our students, and lists statewide and regional agencies contact information that school psychologists may wish to share with impacted students and families. If you know of other resources please share them by contacting CASP at email@example.com. Access this paper now or from the publications page.