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The need for school psychologists is greater than ever. School psychologists are first school responders in keeping children safe, supporting students and teachers in meeting academic standards, helping students with disabilities, and providing a nurturing place for children with chaos in other parts of their lives. Working with teachers, parents, and professionals, they design interventions for children and make ethical and moral decisions every day. The school psychologist must be a child advocate who takes responsibility for his/her actions.
The School Psychology program at Seattle University offers small classes and personalized instruction, options for working professionals, an emphasis on advocacy and professional ethics, and an excellent graduate placement rate. In addition, SU offers the most affordable Ed.S. School Psychology program in the Puget Sound.
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