NYASP has created a practice document on Assisting Students with Disabilities Transitioning to College and Beyond. This includes guidance on College-Bound Students with Disabilities, Legal Differences Between High School and College, Transition-Planning Requirements for Students with Disabilities, The School Psychologist’s Role in Transition-Planning, Evaluation Considerations, Other Transition-planning Considerations, Testing Accommodations, Recommendations for School Psychologists and Educators, and a Mock Case Study.
NYASP has created position statements to help provide guidance on important topics related to school psychology. Position statements represent the official policy of NYASP and are approved by the NYASP Executive Board. Position statements have been created on the Rights and Autonomy of Indigenous Persons, Virtual Assessment Clarification, Tele-Assessment, and Discrimination. The position statement Reopening Schools for In-Person Learning was created by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) and is featured on NYASP's Website.
NYASP has created press releases on Elected Officers to the NYASP Executive Committee Assume New Leadership Roles, School Psychologists Honored at NYASP Annual Awards Ceremony, School Psychologists Support New York’s Most Vulnerable, School Psychologists Concerned About School Districts’ Use of Funds to Enhance Mental Health Supports Under the American Rescue Plan, School Psychologists Nationwide “Get in Gear” for National School Psychology Week, Mental Health Matters!, and School Psychologists Honored at NYASP Annual Awards Ceremony.