Chicago Hyatt Regency
March 1, 2010
8am to 5pm
The Society for the Study of School Psychology (SSSP) sponsors the School Psychology Research Summit (SPRS – The SP Research Summit) as a mechanism to enhance the collaborative research efforts of scholars who conduct psychological research relevant to education and the practice of psychology in the schools. The SP Research Summit is designed to build upon the success of the School Psychology Research Collaboration Conference (SPRCC) to further enhance collaborative scholarship.
The overall goal is to facilitate high-quality research to advance science and inform practice related to complex and important problems in education and school psychology. Scholarship addressing many educational and practice issues benefit from large samples from diverse contexts to help support the validity and applicability of findings across diverse populations and contexts. Therefore, the SP Research Summit aims to facilitate collaborative research by bringing together post-tenure scholars with shared interests.
Special thanks to The National Association of School Psychologists for co-sponsoring the 2010 School Psychology Research Summit.