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What’s Ethics Got to Do with It? Ethics for School Psychologists 2024

  • 26 Jan 2024
  • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual


Friday, January 26, 2024 | 10:00am to 1:00pm

This session will focus on the 2020 Principles for Professional Ethics and ethical responsibilities of school psychologists. Resources will be presented and utilized to take a problem-solving approach to resolving ethical dilemmas. Scenarios will be discussed that are relevant to practice in the current climate, the intersection of law, procedure and unspoken rules, the impact of artificial intelligence products, and the promotion of socially just practice. Be prepared to participate, learn something new and take away tools to make your professional functioning more ethical and socially just.


1. Practice using a problem-solving model to address ethical issues.

2. Discuss and examine various sources of influence that can contribute to ethical dilemmas, particularly related to equity, access, social justice and anti-racist policies and actions.

3. Discuss accepted and evolving standards and principles pertaining to different scenarios in the current school and community environments.

This presentation is appropriate for all levels.

The workshop will provide 3 Ethics CPDs.


Dr. Laurie McGarry Klose is a Clinical Associate Professor of School Psychology at Baylor University and is the owner of RespectED, a consulting firm that provides services to schools and families. She has worked as a faculty member at Trinity University and Texas State University and as a campus and district-based school psychologist in California, Massachusetts and Texas. Along with service on numerous state and national committees, Laurie’s leadership positions have included President of TxASP, Texas Delegate to NASP, Chair of the NASP Ethics and Professional Practices Board, and 2021-22 NASP President.

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This event is sponsored by the regional directors. For information or questions, please contact

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