If you didn’t get around to signing up for the largest statewide school psychology convention in the nation, don’t worry. We still have room for you.
Come to the Registration Area at the Riverside Convention Center starting at 7:00 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 15 and we will get you registered. Several workshops are still open and we added a second section of the popular BASC 3 workshop, with author Randy Kamphaus, for Friday, Oct. 16, in the afternoon.
If you need to purchase tickets for the Awards Luncheon or the Mentoring Luncheon, please call us at the CASP Office, (916) 444-1595 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, Oct. 9 at 12:00 p.m. Have your credit card number ready. A few lunches will be available for purchase at the convention, but to ensure you have a place at one of the tables, please purchase your tickets in advance.
Not sure what will be happening at CASP Convention 2015? Find out by visiting the CASP Convention 2015 page.
Join Convention Keynote Speaker John Hodge, Attorney General Office Representative Jill Habig, Compton Trauma Lawsuit Attorney Ian Washburn, and United Advocates for Children and Families Board member Errol J. Campbell for a free Town Hall meeting on the School-to-Prison Pipeline, Wednesday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m.
This free session will be held in Meeting Rooms 7 & 8 at the Riverside Convention Center. Moderated by CSULB Professor and former CASP President Brandon Gamble, the two-hour session will explore today’s attitudes toward the issue.
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CASP President Troy Xavier Leonard was interviewed September 21 by host Allen Cardoza on “Answers 4 the Family,” an internet radio show. Hear what Troy has to say about restorative justice, school psychologist shortage and the upcoming CASP Convention. Directly download the audio here (right click, save as), or visit LATalkradio.com.
Dr. Harold Dent, one of the stakeholders in the Larry P. vs. Wilson Riles case that has led to many questions regarding the testing of African-American students for special education services, recently appeared at San Diego State University. His presentation was videotaped and can be found at
http://web.csulb.edu/lats/itss/design/video/flash/asec/asec-dir/gamble/gamble.html. Moderated by Long Beach State Professor Brandon Gamble, a former CASP president, the talk highlighted Dr. Dent’s studies regarding disproportionality in special education. Check it out.