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Stevenson, Howard C. – School Psychology Review, 2003
The work of Atkins and his colleagues (2003) have provided a wonderful beginning to the development of models that broaden the role of community and school psychology as well as the role of intervention research in the schools. Unfortunately, this work is not easily supported by institutions of academic psychology where more control of extraneous…
Descriptors: Intervention, Researchers, Children, Mental Health
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Knoff, Howard M. – School Psychology Review, 1996
Three areas of reform have been under national scrutiny: school reform, community services reform, and health-care reform. Few have discussed how these three areas interface and can be organized toward more effective services for children and youth. Describes organizational and planning methodology that coordinates these three reform areas into a…
Descriptors: Child Health, Children, Community Change, Community Role
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Billings, Judith A. – School Psychology Review, 1996
Release of "A Nation at Risk Report" (1983) provoked citizens to embark on mission to improve schools, teaching, and learning. Evidence shows U.S. schools may not be in such dire shape as reported. Schools have shown they can prepare students for top universities but many do not graduate. To keep alive the promise of education reform and…
Descriptors: College Preparation, Community Involvement, Community Role, Educational Assessment
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Brassard, Marla R.; And Others – School Psychology Review, 1991
Using the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child as a standard, adult obligations to children from birth to age 12 years are outlined. For each right of protection or nurturance, practical recommendations are given for school psychologists to maximize the development of children in their care. (SLD)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Child Development, Childhood Needs, Children