We present the results of a program evaluation system for examining school psychology interns' impact on the academic and behavioral functioning of children. Outcome data from a variety of single-case problem-solving interventions conducted from 2008-2012 indicated overall moderate, positive effects. Global supervisor ratings indicated strong perceptions of the interns' positive impact on the children they served.
Brady, J. T., Busse, R. T., Carriere, J. A., Hass, M. & K. S. Kennedy. (2013). Assessing Intern Impact Factors for Program Evaluation and Improvement. Trainers Forum, 31(2), 62-72.
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