CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
School Psychology Quarterly (SPQ) editor
Violence against educators
WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP
Stepping Up to the Plate
This article published in The California Psychologist addresses challenges women in leadership roles face.
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Welcome to the Div. 16 (School Psychology) of the American Psychological Association. Our division represents the interests of psychologists engaged in the delivery of comprehensive psychological services in schools and other applied settings to children, adolescents and their families. Div. 16 members receive our peer-reviewed journal, School Psychology Quarterly, and triannual newsletter, The School Psychologist. You can follow our division via Facebook and Twitter.
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Existing scholarship suggests that classroom practices, teacher attitudes, and the broader school environment play a critical role in understanding the rates of student reports of aggression, bullying...
Teachers are the primary agents for creating and maintaining a positive classroom climate—and promoting healthy interpersonal relations with, and among, their students (including the prevention of sch...
School-level school climate was examined in relation to self-reported peer victimization and teacher-rated academic achievement (grade point average; GPA). Participants included a sample of 1,023 fift...
This study examines how teacher and staff perceptions of the school environment correlate with student self-reports of bullying, aggression, victimization, and willingness to intervene in bullying inc...
Bullying prevention efforts have yielded mixed effects over the last 20 years. Program effectiveness is driven by a number of factors (e.g., program elements and implementation), but there remains a d...