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Burns publishes book to help school psychologists with struggling learners

Matthew BurnsEducational psychologyprofessor Matthew Burns co-authored a book, "Transforming School Psychology in the RTI Era: A Guide for Administrators and School Psychologists" (LPR Publications), with Clayton Cook (University of Washington), Diana Browning Wright (private consultant), and Frank Gresham (Louisiana State University).

The book provides a roadmap to understand the changing field of school psychology to ensure practices are consistent with a Response to Intervention (RTI) model of service delivery. The authors discuss why school psychologists need to adapt their beliefs, knowledge, skills, and procedures -- and how to do it.

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