The National School Psychology Inservice Training Network was funded in 1978 as a response to the demands of United States Public Law 94-142, the Education for All Handicapped Children Act (1975). It has produced and widely disseminated four training modules on innovative assessment and intervention strategies consistent with this special education legislation: Sequential Stages of the Appraisal Process, Nonbiased Assessment, Non-Test-Based Assessment and School Psychology in the Classroom. The Network will focus on its longrange goal of redefining the roles, functions and training needs of school psychologists in the United States during its current three-year grant.
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The National School Psychology Inservice Training Network is supported by grant No. G00784657 from the United States Office of Special Education to the University of Minnesota.
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