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Title of Study: Progress Monitoring Practices of Schools

Project Description: Practicing school psychologists are invited to participate in a research study examining the progress monitoring practices occurring in schools. Your responses will be anonymous and by completing the approximately 15-minute survey you can be entered in a raffle to win one of two $25 Amazon gift cards! 

Participant Information: If you agree to complete the survey, you will be asked to answer a series of questions pertaining to: (a) progress monitoring practices, (b) training, and (c) demographics (e.g., years of experience, age group of students served). Participation is entirely voluntary and you may stop at any time without consequence.  Completing this survey indicates consent to participate in the study.

Benefits and Risks: By kindly completing our short survey, you will be providing critical information on the progress monitoring practices in schools. The responses gathered during this survey will be completely confidential. This research study is of minimal risk to you. 

Confidentiality and Anonymity: This study is designed to be anonymous. That is, the information collected will not include information that specifically identifies you such as your name or telephone number. After you complete the survey, there will be no way of linking your identity to the data collected.

Contact information and Rights: If you have any questions after reading this form, please contact Meghan Silva, NCSP, at, or Dr. Robin S. Codding who is the academic advisor overseeing this study, Additionally, you have the right to ask questions about this research before you begin completing the survey and at any time during the study. If you have any questions or concerns about your rights as a research participant, please contact a representative of the Institutional Review Board (IRB), at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, which oversees research involving human participants.  The Institutional Review Board may be reached at the following address: IRB, Quinn Administration Building-2-080, University of Massachusetts Boston, 100 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA  02125-3393. You can also contact the Board by telephone or e-mail at (617) 287-5374 or at

We are grateful for you participation. Thank you in advance for your help!

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