UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

School Psychology

Program Assessment Results

The UW-River Falls School Psychology Program follows the university internal program assessment process for Program Audit & Review (PAR) and Program Prioritization (PP). Additionally, as a nationally accredited program through the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), the program is reviewed periodically through an external process. The following schedule outlines when these processes have occurred or will occur:

  • 2019-20 NASP - FULL Program Accreditation granted (Jan 2021 to Jan 2028)
  • 2020-21 None
  • 2021-22 Program Prioritization only
  • 2022-23 None
  • 2023-24 None
  • 2024-25 Both Program Prioritization and Program Audit/Review
  • 2025-26 None
  • 2026-27 NASP 

In March 2020, the program submitted materials for full program re-accreditation by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), and a reviewer site visit was completed in September 2020. Based on the results of the materials submission and the site visit, NASP granted FULL PROGRAM ACCREDITATION to UWRF School Psychology in January 2021. That accreditation is active until at least January 2028, at which point the program will submit for accreditation again. For more information and related data about the UWRF program, see NASP's Program Annual Report

Additionally, in October 2018, the program's assessment plans and assessment reports for both degrees were submitted to the university for review. The reports include an aggregation of multiple sources of data for both degrees. Overall, the data show program graduates and post-graduates are meeting expected learning outcomes successfully. Action Step Plans are included in both assessment results reports as a means to continue program progress and growth goals. For additional details, the full assessment plans and assessment results reports are listed below. 

Assessment Plan - Master's of Science in Education (M.S.E.) - School Psychology

Assessment Report - Master's of Science in Education (M.S.E.) - School Psychology

Assessment Plan - Education Specialist (Ed.S.) - School Psychology

Assessment Report - Education Specialist (Ed.S.) - School Psychology

Questions may be directed to the School Psychology Program Director or the Department Chair

 

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School Psychology
scott.woitaszewski@uwrf.edu
715-425-3883
227 Wyman Education Building
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