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The purpose of TASP is to promote equitable and quality educational opportunities for all persons.  Additionally, TASP strives to stimulate interest in and a better understanding of the role of psychology in the schools among professionals and other interested groups. We share ideas, techniques, and research which will help promote the professional competency and scientific growth of school psychologists. We also assist in the promotion of professional and ethical standards for the practice of school psychology in Tennessee. 

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Upcoming events

    • 29 Feb 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (CST)
    • Woodmont Hills Church Rm 205, 3710 Franklin Pike, Nashville, TN 37204

    “Find Your Focus” is NASP’s 2019-20 School Psychology Awareness Week theme. What issues do you focus on? Is it meeting the needs of a specific student; is it a school-wide initiative, a district-level concern or a systems-wide challenge? TASP is providing you with the means to advocate for your focus. Attend our FREE TASP advocacy training to help you learn to advocate for an(y) issue that is important to you!

    Join us in Nashville on Leap Day 2020 for an afternoon of training and action planning, facilitated by NASP GPR Team Member, Dr. Kari Oyen. 

    This event is FREE to TASP members, but registration is required. The training will immediately follow TASP's Spring Board Meeting, scheduled from 9a-12p CST. 

    • 28 Mar 2020
    • 8:00 AM - 4:15 PM
    • Woodmont Hills Church, 3710 Franklin Pike, Nashville, TN 37204

    The theme of the TASP Spring Institute is MTSS implementation and evaluation. Some of our amazing presenters include: Dr. Mary Crnobori who had a viral TED talk concerning trauma informed practices. Dr. Molly Stovall Hegwood will be presenting best practices concerning how EL students fit within the MTSS model. Also, Dr. Kate Price will be presenting on leading an effective and efficient data team meetings where academics and behavior are integrated, including showing a video example of her team in action!

    Those interested may register on the TASP website OR ... they may register by mail by downloading and completing the linked form and mailing it to

    Pam Haggard

    1060 World's Fair Park Drive #304

    Knoxville, TN, 37916

    • 19 Oct 2020
    • 21 Oct 2020
    • Embassy Suites: Murfreesboro, TN

    Save the date! Join TASP and regional partners for this event.

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Member Benefits

Some of the benefits of being a TASP Member
  • Receive discounts on conference and workshop registrations 
  • Access to professional development through regional communities  of practice activities
  • Receive quarterly newsletters
  • Representation at both the state level with the TN DOE and the national level with NASP
  • Check out the Podcasts on the Membership page

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