For more information on practicing as a school psychologists in Nevada and detailed application materials, please refer to the Nevada Department of Education website.
NVASP is committed to promoting the NASP Practice Model. The NASP 2010 standards are a unified set of national principles that guide professional practices, credentialing, graduate education, and ethical behavior of effective school psychologists. These major NASP policy documents are intended to define contemporary school psychology; promote comprehensive and integrated services for children, families, and schools; and provide a foundation for the future of school psychology.
For more information on the NASP standards, see the following documents: