School Psychology M.Ed./Ed.S.
The school psychology program at Georgia State University is recognized by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) as demonstrating a commitment to diversity issues through the recruitment and retention of students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, multicultural curricular emphasis, faculty members involved in multicultural research and outreach, and participation in related research and training grants.
- School Psychology Program Receives $1,025,000.00 Grant for MINRS Project!
- School Psychologist Ranked #1 in best social services jobs!
- Application Materials Required by Master of Education and Education Specialist Programs
- School Psychology Masters of Education Handbook 2016-2017
- School Psychology Video FAQs
- NASP Resources - Programs With a Focus on Multiculturalism and/or Bilingualism
- Two Year Projected Course Offerings
- EdS Residency Form
- NPR's "A Silent Epidemic"
Course description and classes
|Catherine Perkins, Ph.D.
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