The following survey has been submitted to CASP:
An Empirical Study of Shortages in the Field of School Psychology
Researchers at Appalachian State University and the College of Saint Rose would appreciate your participation in a study that is being conducted to gain a deeper understanding of workforce shortages in school psychology around the country. The primary goal is to determine a number of variables that impact recruitment and sustainability of our workforce. A secondary purpose is to use the results to make a set of recommendations that might influence the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), state policies/legislation, university training programs, and state associations. And finally, we hope the results will assist school districts as they engage in recruiting and maintaining a sustainable school psychology workforce.
Survey on School Psychologists’ Perceptions of Preparation Received for the Provision of School-Based Mental Health Services
You are invited to voluntarily participate in a research study examining the perceptions of school psychologists in California regarding their formal education (i.e., undergraduate, graduate, training/workshops) and professional preparation for the provision of school-based mental health services. As a credentialed school psychologist and member of the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP), your responses to the attached survey will play an important role in understanding the needs of school psychologists in providing school-based mental health services. Thank you in advance for your participation.
The survey should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. Please do not include your name or any identifying information so that your responses remain confidential and anonymous.
Submit a Survey
Do you need to survey school psychologists? For a small fee you can host your survey here, and we will also include it in our email newsletters! Click here to have CASP advertise your survey.