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NASP membership

  • 30 Jun 2012
  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Dear LAASP Members,


The NASP membership year draws to a close on June 30. I invite you to renew your membership at To provide members with greater flexibility, if you renew by June 30, you can choose to pay your dues in three installments. Visit

to learn more about the installment program.

The School Psychology in Virtual Settings Interest Group is the latest addition to NASP's more than 20 Interest Groups, offering focused discussion, valuable resources, and convention networking in their targeted topical areas. To participate, join the School Psychology in Virtual Settings Community at

Hear several members of the Bilingual Interest Group as they discuss what bilingual assessment is and issues surrounding competent practice in NASP's latest podcast, Bilingual Assessment Practices. Listen to the podcast today at

Whether you were able to attend the 2012 annual convention in Philadelphia this year or not, you can review the handouts for many of the convention sessions online. Check out the available handouts today at

Find ways to make your school safe and welcoming for all students with NASP's newest book, Dignity for All: Safeguarding LGBT Students. With professional development ideas and real-life vignettes, this book is a practical roadmap that will help educational leaders find effective ways to build acceptance. Purchase your copy today at

Registration is now open for the NASP 2012 Summer Conferences being held July 9-11 in Denver, CO, and July 23-25 in Minneapolis, MN. The summer conferences let you take an in-depth look at key issues facing our profession in sessions delivered by nationally known experts. They are an incredible value, with an opportunity to earn up to 18 hours of documented NASP-, APA-, and NBCC-approved CPD at each conference. You can also register for PREPaRE training at the Minneapolis summer conference. Find out more information and register at Make sure to register by May 2 to save up to $60!

NASP is cohosting with George Washington University (GW) the annual Public Policy Institute (PPI), July 11-13 (3 day) or July 11-13 and 16-17 (5 day, GW graduate credit only), in Washington, DC. The theme for this year's Public Policy Institute is 'Creating Safe Supportive Conditions for Learning: Policy Directions for the Nation.' The PPI will focus on professional advocacy and how both administrative and legislative policy is advanced. For more information, visit

Thank you for joining me as a NASP member. If your address or e-mail address will be changing this spring, please visit and update your information at 'View My Account' so we can continue to stay in touch.


Margaret Sedor, CA Delegate

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