The Effect of Program Mission on Students: Developing a Program Assessment System for Social Justice Training
Journal School Psychology Training and Pedagogy
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The systematic assessment and evaluation of social justice goals in school psychology programs is critical for training programs to develop school psychologists who engage in social justice work. This study highlights one school psychology program’s development of an assessment system for social justice. Initial findings of a pilot study of the assessment tool suggest that students perceive that they are growing in social justice awareness and skills. Other programs in school psychology should find this study useful as a model when developing their own assessment system for enhancing social justice in the program.
Social Justice Training, Assessment System, Program Improvement, Preservice School Psychologists
School Psychology | Social Justice
The Effect of Program Mission on Students: Developing a Program Assessment System for Social Justice Training.
Journal School Psychology Training and Pedagogy, 38(1),