The purpose of this survey is to understand current practices of school psychologists with respect to family engagement.  Understanding this information may help the field learn about the types of activities that school psychologists engage in most frequently, as well as barriers and facilitators to family engagement that occur within the school setting.  This information may help guide faculty, supervisors, and practitioners understand critical challenges of working with families in school psychology practice and develop methods to improve outcomes for students and families.

This survey is intended for individuals who are current, practicing school psychologists or those who deliver psychological services (e.g., assessment, consultation, direct intervention) to students in the school setting in some capacity (such as a graduate student in a school psychology program or a behavioral specialist).  If you do not currently provide psychological services to students within your current job role, you may discontinue the survey at this time.     

Completion of this survey indicates your informed consent to participate. Completion of the survey is voluntary and you may refuse to participate or withdraw at any time. You may also choose not to answer any question. Your participation in this project is anonymous. Risks of participation in this study are not greater, considering probability and magnitude, than those ordinarily encountered in daily life. The survey will take about 20-25 minutes to complete. The results of this study may be published in professional and/or scientific journals. It may also be used for educational purposes or for professional presentations. However, no individual subject, school, or district will be identified. Any questions regarding your rights as a research subject may be addressed to the University of Houston-Victoria Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects via mail at 3007 N. Ben Wilson Street, Victoria TX, 77901 or via telephone at 361-570-4374.

Thank you for your participation in this survey. If you have questions about this survey, please contact the primary investigator:

Elise Hendricker, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, School Psychology
University of Houston-Victoria