OAR 584-044-0014
Basic School Psychologist

An applicant for the basic school psychologist endorsement must complete the requirements under either subsection (1) or (2) of this section.


Complete an approved school psychologist program verifying completion of:


A master’s degree from an approved teacher education institution.


Seventy-five (75) quarter or fifty (50) semester hours of graduate preparation designed to develop competence in:


The cognitive, affective, and developmental foundations of human behavior;


Psychometric techniques, both verbal and non-verbal, employed in individual and group assessment;


Learning problems of school-age children, including exceptional pupils;


Consultation and educational interventions, including behavior management, classroom consultation, communication techniques, intervention strategies, and counseling; and


Clinical practicum, including experience in a public agency serving school-age children and/or youth.


A full-time public school practicum for nine weeks in a public school under the direct supervision of a licensed school psychologist. One year of fulltime successful school psychologist experience in public schools or regionally accredited private schools on a valid state license may be substituted for the practicum required under this subsection.


Demonstrate knowledge of school psychology theory and practice by presenting a minimum score on the commission-approved specialty area content test for School Psychologist and hold a current National School Psychology Certificate awarded by the National Association of School Psychologists.

Source: Rule 584-044-0014 — Basic School Psychologist, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=584-044-0014.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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