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  • Purpose and Coordinators

    Purpose: To increase awareness of TBI incidence, improve school-based services for students who have sustained a TBI, act as a resource by disseminating information regarding best practices in TBI assessment, transition, and intervention and strengthen communication among school psychologists interested in research, training, and practice related to pediatric TBI.

    Contact Interest Group Coordinators Susan Cara Davies at sdavies1@udayton.edu or Paul Jantz at pj16@txstate.edu.

  • Purpose and Coordinator

    Purpose: To facilitate networking and sharing of resources among school psychologists attempting to provide leadership in data-driven decision-making as part of such systems level efforts as RTI and other school improvement initiatives.

    Contact Interest Group Coordinator Adam Lekwa at alekwa@scred.k12.mn.us.

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