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About ISPA 

ISPA was created by a steering committee who developed the Constitution and By-Laws which were adopted on November 14, 1975.  The ISPA Constitution was revised in 1983, 1986, 1996, and 2003.


·       To serve the mental health and educational needs of all children and youth.

·       To help secure conditions necessary for the greatest effectiveness in the practice of psychology in the schools.

·       To provide opportunities for the exchange of professional ideas, methods, and research among school psychologists and others.

·       To assist in the establishment and maintenance of high standards of competency, service, and ethical conduct among its members.

·       To advance the professional status of school psychologists.

·       To represent its members’ professional interest in relation to other branches of psychology, the field of education, and the general public.

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