Vermont Association
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VASP Special Education Rule Change Panel 

On November 1st 2021 the Vermont Association of School Psychologists will be hosting a panel of special education professionals offering information and insight regarding the Vermont special education rule changes set to take effect July 2022 under the implementation of Act 173. Join us to learn more, ask questions, and begin planning for the upcoming changes.

Event Date: November 1st 2021

Time: 11:30am-1:00pm

*This will be a virtual event. Please RSVP using the link below.* 

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We hope to see you there!


Public Student Loan Forgiveness Update

Today (10/6/21) the Department of Education shared some significant and positive changes coming to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. This is the result of several years of coordinated advocacy by a very large community with leadership from the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Coalition, of which NASP is a member.  Please see the information available here:  Please share this widely with your networks.  As we learn more information, NASP will be sure to share it with you and our members and we will be updating our PSLF webpage accordingly.  Individual borrowers are encouraged to work with their loan servicer or contact the Office of Federal Student Aid with questions about their specific situation.


School Psychology Unified Anti-Racism Statement and Call to Action

In an endeavor to continue our commitment to social justice the VASP Board recently signed the School Psychology Unified Anti-Racism Statement and has adopted the Call to Action (June 13th 2020).

COVID-19 Related Updates

*Final Word: VASP 2020 Spring Conference Canceled*

VASP was excited to announce our spring 2020 conference had been rescheduled for October 5, 2020.  Given the circumstances, we unfortunately had to cancel it as it was organized at the Delta Hotel in South Burlington.   We are in the process of refunding registration fees.  

Dr. Todd Savage was presenting on "Advancing School Safety 2.0: Supporting Gender Diversity and Mitigating Youth Suicide Risk".  We are exploring options of having a remote presentation. Stay tuned for details.   

2020 VASP Fall Conference 

School Safety 2.0: Supporting Gender Diversity and Mitigating Youth Suicide Risk

Presented by Todd Savage, Ph.D., NCSP

Date :  October 5, 2020 CANCELED 

Time: 8:00-4:00

Location: Delta by Marriott Burlington, VT

Morning Session: Understanding and Supporting Gender Diverse Students

Afternoon Session: School-Based Behavioral Suicide Risk Education and Risk Assessment: Best Practices and Resources


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