Awareness & Promotion

NVASP is committed to increasing awareness of the field of school psychology, reaching out to community stakeholders in order to promote school psychologists in Nevada. NVASP strives to grow a diverse membership to best serve students in Nevada. 

Shortages

NVASP is committed to gathering information, formulating recommendations, and liaising relative to representation, compensation, training, recruitment, retention, and other aspects related to shortages of school psychologists in Nevada. 

Government & Professional Relations

NVASP is committed to providing assistance to school psychologists on advocacy and public policy related activities (including grassroots and/or advanced advocacy training), providing professional development focused on educating school psychologists about key policy and advocacy initiatives, meeting with elected officials, writing policy papers, staying abreast of public policy and advocacy related issues, presenting to partner stakeholders, and developing resources. 

2019 Legislative Session (full text bills)

SB 89 - School Safety

SB 319 - Defines School Psychologist

AB 289 - Read by Grade Three Revisions

SB 372 - Changing Licensing Requirement (DEAD)

SB 555 - Includes funding for 5% salary increases for NCSP (Chapter 19, Subsection 7c)


Previous Advocacy Efforts

Professional Development

NVASP is committed to providing high-quality, affordable professional development to members in order to foster growth in the field of school psychology. 

Current Professional Development Opportunities



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