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Surveys

Selective Mutism: A Survey of School Psychologists' Experience, Knowledge and Perceptions

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.

John Hodge is CASP Convention 2015 Keynote Speaker

Dr. John W. Hodge will be the keynote speaker for CASP Convention 2015. The master motivator of teachers and students is the president and co-founder of the Urban Learning and Leadership Center (ULLC), an organization focused on student achievement and reduction of the achievement gap. Visit the Convention 2015 page for more information about Dr. Hodge and more.

CASP Today Spring 2015 Now Online

The online version of CASP Today Spring 2015 is now in the Members Only section of this website. The latest issue includes an article on Assessment and Intervention of Math Learning Disabilities, a review and a lot of photos of CASP Spring Institute 2015, results from our online Telemental Health survey, Affiliate Leadership Day, information about our upcoming Fall Convention to be held on October 15-17 at the Riverside Convention Center, and much more.

May is ‘Membership Month’

Many CASP memberships will expire on July 1. Be sure to stay updated on school psychology issues and events by renewing today. Look for a membership renewal notice in your mailbox or renew online by clicking on Membership. Check out CASP’s payroll deduction service – only $15.50 per month for membership (based on a 10-month pay period). It’s the easiest way to pay membership fees.

 

CASP’s Vision and Mission Statements

 

Vision Statement

The Vision of the California Association of School Psychologists is to foster the social, emotional and academic wellbeing of all students by collaborating with families, school staff, and the community to ensure that students are educated in schools that support equity, access, and respect for all.
Adopted by the Board of Directors in November 2014

Mission Statement

CASP’s Mission is to provide high quality educational and leadership programs, that maintain high standards of practice for school psychologists through legislative advocacy, professional development, communications, publications, ethics guidelines, and direct services to members, to enable the growth and development of the profession, and to ensure safe, healthy, and successful outcomes for the children, schools and communities we serve.
Adopted by the CASP Board of Directors, December 2014.