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The current study investigated Georgia school psychologists’ continuing professional development (CPD) practices and preferences for comparison to a national study of school psychology professional development by Armistead, Castillo, Curtis, Chappel, and Cunningham (2013). Utilizing the same instrument as Armistead et al., a survey was emailed to 442 members of the Georgia Association of School Psychologists (GASP). Ninety-five surveys were completed at a 21.5% response rate. Both Georgia school psychologists and national school psychologists reported receiving a median of approximately 40 hours of professional development in the previous year. Georgia school psychologists differed from the national sample with a higher percentage expressing satisfaction with the amount of professional development provided by their state professional association, with lower personal costs associated with CPD, and with greater participation in online professional development opportunities.
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Tysinger, P. Dawn; Tysinger, Jeffrey A.; Diamanduros, Terry D.; and Smith, Rebecca
"The Continuing Professional Development of School Psychologists in Georgia: A Comparison to National Practices and Preferences,"
Georgia Educational Researcher: Vol. 12
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/gerjournal/vol12/iss1/4