International School Psychology Association (ISPA)
Association internationale de psychologie scolaire
Constitution adopted 1986; amended 15 Mar 1990. Current constitution adopted 1999; amended 29 Jul 2002, Nyborg (Denmark) and 30 Nov 2011.
Promote the use of sound psychological principles within the context of education internationally; promote communication among professionals committed to improvement of mental health of children; encourage training and employment of school psychologists; promote the psychological rights of all children; initiate and promote cooperation with other organizations working for purposes similar to those of ISPA; condemn any discrimination of racial, religious or sexual nature and recommend that members conduct their professional life consistent with this principle.
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General Assembly (annual, during Conference); Executive Committee. Standing Committees (6): Constitution and Bylaws; Nominations and Elections; Membership; Ethics; Communications and Publications; Child Well Being and Advocacy Committee (CWBA), including "Education for All" section. Task Forces (6): Interest Groups (8).
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