KANSAS ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS

Empowering Children, Educators, and Families

About KASP

The Kansas Association of School Psychologists is a not for profit state-wide professional organization of school psychologists, informally established in 1960-61 and formally incorporated in 1963-64. Its membership includes school psychologists who are employed across the state in both public and private schools and agencies, as well as faculty and students in graduate training programs.

Or view a Prezi at http://bit.ly/171ePcE which traces our early history as mined from our archives (as presented at our KASP birthday party during the 2013 conference).

Our Vision

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.

Our Mission

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.

We are an affiliate (and one of the founders!) of the

National Association of School Psychologists.


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