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KASP visibly leads in promoting proactive,research-based practices and partnerships which foster the academic and psychological well-being of children, for their benefit and that of their families, schools, communities,and the profession of School Psychology.
KASP exists to advocate for the psychological and educational well being of Kansas children, while serving the needs of the membership and promoting school psychology as a profession.
NASP Practice Model
The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) has set standards for the provision of school psychological services for over 30 years. Despite this long-standing guidance to states and local school districts, school psychologists' roles and practice vary significantly across the country. In March 2010, NASP approved a formal model of practice designed to improve the consistent implementation of school psychological services to help ensure their maximum effectiveness, efficiency, and quality in schools nationwide.