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School Psychology Workforce Study: Appalachian State University

20 Feb 2019 11:49 AM | Quinn Meyer (Administrator)

We would appreciate your participation in a study we are conducting to get a deeper understanding of workforce shortages in school psychology around the country. Our primary goal is to determine a number of variables that impact recruitment and sustainability of our workforce. A secondary purpose is to use the results to make a set of recommendations that might influence the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), state policies/legislation, university training programs, and state associations. And finally, we hope the results will assist school districts as they engage in recruiting and maintaining a sustainable school psychology workforce. This survey has been approved by the Appalachian State University's Institutional Review Board. The survey can be found at the link below. It should take about 30 minutes to complete and is completely voluntary. 

 

https://appstate.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1M7yu5XidgQYCH3

 

We appreciate your participation in this school psychology workforce study. If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Dr. Jim Deni at denijr@appstate.edu.


Dr. Jim Deni, Primary Investigator 

Appalachian State University, School Psychology Trainer 

Haley Black, Graduate Student, School Psychology 

Hannah Walls, Graduate Student, School Psychology

Megan Gillespie, Graduate Student, School Psychology


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