Are you a practitioner who is interested in providing your opinions related to bringing social justice principles into school psychology practice? While NASP has identified social justice as one of its five strategic goals, there is a lack of research on what social justice does or might look like in practice, from the perspective of current US practitioners. A research team from Howard University, Indiana University, and the University of Nebraska-Omaha have collaborated to create the Social Justice and School Psychology Practice Survey based on the NASP Practice Model in order to address this gap. Survey participants will be asked to rate 38 practices both in terms of the extent to which they feel each item is part of the role of the school psychologist and then in terms of how frequently they engage in these same 38 actions as practitioners. There is also a question about whether you would be willing to be interviewed in order to learn more about your perspectives on school psychology and social justice. If you indicate that you are willing to be interviewed, you would be contacted by a research team member.
Inclusion Criteria: NASP member who is currently practicing in schools as a school psychologist at least part-time
Time commitment : 15-20 minutes
Compensation: No compensation will be given for completing the survey
If you are eligible and willing to complete the survey, please follow the link rovided below:
If you have any questions about this study, please contact study co-leads Celeste Malone (Celeste.Malone@howard.edu), Dave Shriberg (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Lisa Kelly-Vance (email@example.com).