MASP 2017-19 Strategic Action Plan Draft
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Mission:
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It is the mission of The Missouri Association of School Psychologists to support the field of school psychology to enhance student success through promoting the highest quality of comprehensive school-based psychological services.
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Key Initiatives:
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I. Increase Workforce and Promote Communication/Visibility
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SMART Goals:
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NASP: A high-quality and diverse school psychology workforce is available to meet an increasing demand for school psychological services.
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MASP: Increase collaboration and communication with outside stakeholders and other organizations to increase community awareness of the benefits of school psychologists.
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MASP: Monitor the diversity demographics of SPs and SPEs through membership surveys, DESE reporting data, and tracking of PD attendance.
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MASP: Collect statewide data on current SP and SPE's in the state of Missouri
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MASP: Promote knowledge among stakeholders regarding the benefits of the NCSP certification and how those stakeholders can provide incentives
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MASP: Encourage and support school psychologists who would like to pursue their NCSP credential
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Key Initiatives:
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II. Improve Practice
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SMART Goals:
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NASP: School psychologists possess the leadership skills to effect change at the local, state, and national levels.
A high-quality and diverse school psychology workforce is available to meet an increasing demand for school psychological services.
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MASP: Enhance the practice of SPs and SPEs through implementation of state conferences/regional trainings which align with the NASP domain practices.
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MASP: Advance and support membership through increased communication.
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NASP: School psychologists, state education agencies, and local education agencies implement the NASP Model for Comprehensive and Integrated School Psychological Services (NASP Practice Model).
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MASP: Enhance the practice of SPs and SPEs through implementation of state conferences/regional trainings which align with the NASP domain practices.
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MASP: Advocate for the practice of SPs and SPEs through communication with DESE.
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MASP: Develop an Ethics Committee to discuss concerns with professionals in the field.
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MASP: Educate related professionals and organizations, who support children's well-being, about the competencies and skill sets of School Psychologists. 
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NASP: All school psychologists provide culturally competent and comprehensive mental and behavioral health (MBH) services
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MASP: Enhance the practice of SPs and SPEs through implementation of state conferences/regional trainings which align with the NASP domain practices. (Conference/PD)
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Key Initiatives:
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III. Increase Access to Services
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SMART Goals:
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NASP: Ensure that all children and youth are valued and that their rights and opportunities are protected in schools and communities.
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MASP: Increase access to school psychological services for students throughout Missouri.
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