The online edition of CASP Today Summer 2014 is now up and ready for your viewing! You can access it by clicking here. The latest issue includes information about the workshops and new features that will be featured at CASP Convention 2014: Assessment in a Common Core World held on October 2-4 in San Diego, as well as a bit of fun history about CASP Today, and much more! The print edition of CASP Today will be mailed soon.
Thanks to our Convention sponsors.
We’d like to send out a huge “thank you” to all of our CASP Convention 2014 sponsors, especially our Platinum Sponsor Pearson. We are also thrilled to have MHS, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and PAR sponsoring workshops and other items at our annual event. Convention attendees can visit the sponsors inside the Hyatt Regency-Mission Bay’s Exhibit Hall on October 2-3.
Register now for CASP Convention 2014!
Registration is open for CASP Convention 2014: Assessment in a Common Core World that will be held on October 2-4, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency, Mission Bay, San Diego. Our 65th Annual Convention will feature many workshops and presentations that will focus on Common Core State Standards and how they are affecting the practice of school psychology. Early registration pricing ends on September 8.
Here’s just some of what the Convention has in store:
On Saturday, October 4, Carl D. Corbin will present two three-hour workshops discussing law, ethics, and Special Education legal decisions. From 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Corbin’s Law & Ethics workshop will review the laws, regulations, and ethical rules governing the role of a school psychologist and LEP. From 1-4 p.m., his Special Education Legal Decisions workshop will give a detailed summary of the latest legal decisions regarding 63 different special education issues with a special focus on decisions from the Office Administrative Hearings (OAH), Special Education Division.
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