"The Handbook has many strengths and will be useful to several groups of scholars, both within and outside of psychology. The Handbook also highlights context in a way that is often ignored in psychology. The Handbook fills an important niche in the literature on the practice of psychology in schools. It moves beyond the international surveys, which answer broad questions that are mostly demographic, to engaging individuals across the globe in conceptualizing the role that psychology does and should play in their specific context.
This handbook offers 43 clearly written essays on current school psychology in countries ranging from Albania to Zimbabwe. All are excellent introductions to and overviews of school psychology within these countries, and the countries themselves. Information is densely packed, literate, and highly informative. The contributors, all experts in their home countries, offer ideas that can be adapted elsewhere. Summing Up: Recommended.
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