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Anne Drescher; Alberto Valido; Ashley B. Woolweaver; Dorothy L. Espelage – School Psychology Review, 2024
In the fall of 2020, many students and educators returned to school in person, despite the threat of the COVID-19 virus. Though safety measures such as masks and social distancing were put in place, educators remained concerned for their students' health, well-being, and academic attainment. The current study examined teacher concern for students'…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Classroom Environment, Grade 3
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Keith C. Herman; Nianbo Dong; Wendy M. Reinke; Catherine P. Bradshaw – School Psychology Review, 2024
As an example of how historical events may influence the findings and interpretations of a randomized trial, we use a school-based evaluation of a classroom management program that was conducted in a nearby district before and after the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri (N = 102 teachers and 1,450 students). The findings suggest that…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, African American Teachers, Intervention, African American Students
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Justin P. Allen; Matthew T. Roberts – School Psychology Review, 2024
Manifestation determination reviews (MDRs) are a federally mandated procedure designed to protect the rights of students with disabilities. This study sought to examine practices and perceptions of the MDR process as held by school psychologists. One hundred thirty-six practicing school psychologists responded to a nationwide survey posted on…
Descriptors: Student Rights, Students with Disabilities, School Psychologists, Special Education
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Meaghan C. Guiney; Daniel S. Newman – School Psychology Review, 2024
Supervision is recognized as a critical component of preservice training in health service psychology (HSP), particularly during the internship experience. However, little is known empirically about what constitutes effective internship supervision for school psychologists. For this constructivist grounded theory study, we interviewed 16 highly…
Descriptors: Grounded Theory, School Psychology, Internship Programs, Supervision
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Kathrin E. Maki; John H. Kranzler; Jessica M. Wheeler – School Psychology Review, 2024
Professional organization ethical codes are adopted to protect the public by educating their members to standards of conduct and by facilitating resolution of ethical complaints. Given that the last survey on ethics in school psychology was conducted over a decade ago, the aim of this study was to investigate the ethical dilemmas practitioners…
Descriptors: School Psychologists, Ethics, Self Efficacy, Videoconferencing
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Jun Sung Hong; Yueqi Yan; Dorothy L. Espelage; Karen M. Tabb; Simona C. S. Caravita; Dexter R. Voisin – School Psychology Review, 2024
A limited number of findings from empirical studies show that biracial adolescents are at a heightened risk of peer victimization. Black/White biracial adolescents are frequent targets of peer victimization due to racism and systematic oppression that are inherent in U.S. schools. Similar to adolescents of other racial and ethnic groups, biracial…
Descriptors: Victims, Peer Relationship, Bullying, Multiracial Persons
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Rui Fu; Stephen S. Leff; Ian Christopher Carroll; Shelby Brizzolara-Dove; Kenisha Campbell – School Psychology Review, 2024
Many racial-ethnic minoritized individuals are repeatedly exposed to subtle actions reflecting racial slights, termed racial microaggressions (RMAs), which are associated with adjustment problems in early adult and adult populations. Early adolescence represents a unique developmental period when minoritized youth begin their racial-ethnic…
Descriptors: Racism, School Psychologists, School Psychology, Ethnic Stereotypes
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Catherine P. Bradshaw; Joseph M. Kush; Summer S. Braun; Emily A. Kohler – School Psychology Review, 2024
The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in an urgent pivot to remote learning, causing many challenges for teachers and school administrators. The current study sought to better understand the extent to which the perceived negative impacts of COVID-19 on U.S. educators and their students varied as a function of staff role (teacher vs. administrator),…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Teacher Attitudes, Stress Variables
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Andryce Clinkscales; Courtenay A. Barrett; Shelbie E. Spear – School Psychology Review, 2024
Disparities between the educational outcomes of students of color and their White peers have persisted across decades. Multicultural consultee-centered consultation has the potential to mitigate negative outcomes for students of color by improving the knowledge and skills of teachers. However, more empirical research is needed to understand the…
Descriptors: Minority Group Students, Ethnic Diversity, Racial Composition, Racial Differences
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Janise S. Parker; Natoya Haskins; Aiesha Lee; Amber Rodenbo; Elsbeth O'Brien – School Psychology Review, 2024
This phenomenological study used individual interviews with ten graduate students in school counseling and school psychology to understand their experiences in a University-Church service-learning partnership to support PreK-12th grade youth in response to COVID-19. Most graduate participants identified as White/Non-Hispanic, and all youth served…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, School Counseling, School Psychology, Service Learning
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Mackenzie J. Hart; Anna M. Flitner; Mariah E. Kornbluh; Daria C. Thompson; Amanda L. Davis; Jody Lanza-Gregory; Samuel D. McQuillin; Jorge E. Gonzalez; Gerald G. Strait – School Psychology Review, 2024
In the United States, schools provide a large portion of child and adolescent mental health services; however, systems are restricted by resource and workforce shortages while the need for services steadily increases. This discrepancy leads to unmanageable caseloads for providers and reduced access to quality services for youth, and highlights a…
Descriptors: Youth, Mental Health, Multi Tiered Systems of Support, Mentors
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Rachel E. Schumacher; Henry P. Bass; Katherine C. Cheng; Lorey A. Wheeler; Susan M. Sheridan; Amanda L. Witte – School Psychology Review, 2024
Conjoint Behavioral Consultation (CBC) is an evidence-based, indirect service delivery model that addresses children's behavioral concerns across home and school. However, to date, researchers have not yet examined specific aspects of the intervention that maximize the effects of CBC. The current study examined whether a foundational aspect of…
Descriptors: Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3
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Emily R. DeFouw; Julie Sarno Owens; Samantha M. Margherio; Steven Evans – School Psychology Review, 2024
Although intensive interventions can be more costly than less intensive interventions, for some individuals, they may be more cost-effective. We extend the examination of differential cost-effectiveness to teacher consultation by examining the association between teacher-level characteristics (baseline knowledge, beliefs, skills) and change in…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Cost Effectiveness, Intervention, Teacher Characteristics
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Abu Khalaf, Nadin; Woolweaver, Ashley B.; Reynoso Marmolejos, Roslyn; Little, Grace A.; Burnett, Katheryn; Espelage, Dorothy L. – School Psychology Review, 2023
Despite the rise in anti-Islamic sentiment, Muslim youth's experiences of religious discrimination are under researched. The goal of this paper is to better understand the complexities associated with religious discrimination for youth and adolescents and how to mitigate the harm caused by these discriminatory experiences. This mixed methods…
Descriptors: Muslims, Islam, Children, Young Adults
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Villarreal, Victor; Castro-Villarreal, Felicia; Peterson, Lisa S.; Bear, Madeleine; Cortes, Daniela M.; Escobedo, Tanya – School Psychology Review, 2023
We investigated characteristics of school-based mental health screening using multiple-gating (MG) approaches through a systematic review of the literature and proportional meta-analyses of screening participation and risk identification. The main analyses included 38 studies conducted in the United States. Pooled estimates indicate that…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Screening Tests, Mental Disorders, Educational Environment
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