Listed below are useful websites for
students, professionals, and parents in the area of education and school
psychology. Following each
website's link is a description of what you will find there.
The Blumberg Center disseminates these links as a public service.
Every effort is made to update our databases with accurate and current
links. However, the Blumberg Center cannot vouch for or guarantee the
existence or quality of resources listed.
The American Psychological Association (APA) is a scientific and professional organization that represents psychology in the United States. This site includes publications and other information on a variety of topics concerning psychology.
The National Association of School Psychologists' site provides free publications and resources for students, parents, and educators.
School Psychology Resources Online provides a site to research learning disabilities, ADHD, functional behavioral assessment, autism, adolescence, parenting, psychological assessment, special education, mental retardation, mental health, and more.
School-Psychologist.com is designed and maintained by practicing School Psychologist's. The intent of this site is to educate prospective college and graduate students by providing specific information about the profession.
ERIC - Educational Resources Information Center is a national information system funded by the U.S. Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences to provide access to education literature and resources. This website is being reengineered beginning in January, 2004.
The WWW School Psychology Homepage is a great site for undergraduates and graduates. It provides job searches, media and legal resources and much more.
The School Psychologists' Home Page increases the awareness of and interest in the field of school psychology by providing resources to teachers, parents, students, and the entire community.
The International School Psychology Association online provides a variety of free online publications and resources pertaining to children's rights and crisis intervention.