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  • 1.Accessibility Statement
    The American Psychological Association Practice Organization (APAPO) is committed to ensuring that our Web sites are accessible to the widest possible audiences, including those with visual, hearing, motor or cognitive disabilities. This statement outlines our ongoing approach to making APAPO Web sites accessible to all user groups, including ways in which text and color adjustments can be made and what to do if you have feedback or questions.
    Statement
  • 2.Accessibility Statement
    This statement outlines our ongoing approach to making EdAT Web sites accessible to all user groups, including ways in which text and color adjustments can be made and what to do if you have feedback or questions.
    Statement
  • 3.Moving Beyond the ADA
    A reflection on issues among postdoctoral and internship sites that do not comply with The Americans with Disabilities Act. Student applicants with disabilities may benefit from increased opportunities to disclose disabilities and discuss disability-related needs.
    Statement
  • 4.Elementary & Secondary Education Act (No Child Left Behind) Reauthorization
    Recommendations from the Education and Public Interest Government Relations Offices on for improving the No Child Left Behind Act.
    Statement
  • 5.Response to the Internship Crisis
    The statement focuses on doctoral training in psychology that prepares individuals to serve as health service psychologists and does not apply to students who seek other paths.
    Statement (July 2012)
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