Newsletter Advertising

The publication of any advertisement by the Texas Association of School Psychologists' Newsletter is neither an endorsement of the advertiser nor of the products or services advertised. TASP is not responsible for any claims made in an advertisement. Advertisers may not, without prior consent, incorporate in a subsequent advertisement or promotional piece the fact that a product or service has been advertised in the TASP newsletter. The TASP newsletter is published to enhance communication among school psychologists in a manner that advances the general purpose of the Texas Association of School Psychologists. The acceptability of an ad for publication is based upon legal, social, professional, and ethical considerations. All advertising must be in keeping with the generally scholarly, and/or professional nature of the publication. Thus, TASP reserves the right to unilaterally reject, omit, or cancel advertising which it deems not to be in the best interest of the scholarly and professional objectives of the Association, and/or not in keeping with appropriate professional tone, content, or appearance. In addition, the Association reserves the right to refuse advertising submitted for the purpose of airing either side of controversial social or professional issues. Permission is granted to all other school psychology associations' newsletters to reproduce any article, providing the original source and author are credited.

Website and Social Media Advertising

The publication of any advertisement by the Texas Association of School Psychologists' Website and Social Media Platforms (e.g. Facebook, Twitter), is neither an endorsement of the advertiser nor of the products or services advertised. TASP is not responsible for any claims made in an advertisement. Advertisers may not, without prior consent, incorporate in a subsequent advertisement or promotional piece the fact that a product or service has been advertised in the TASP newsletter. The TASP website and social media are used to enhance communication among school psychologists in a manner that advances the general purpose of the Texas Association of School Psychologists. The acceptability of an ad for publication is based upon legal, social, professional, and ethical considerations. All advertising must be in keeping with the generally scholarly, and/or professional nature of the publication. Thus, TASP reserves the right to unilaterally reject, omit, or cancel advertising which it deems not to be in the best interest of the scholarly and professional objectives of the Association, and/or not in keeping with appropriate professional tone, content, or appearance. In addition, the Association reserves the right to refuse advertising submitted for the purpose of airing either side of controversial social or professional issues.

Additional Information

All copy is subject to TASP approval. TASP reserves the right to edit or refuse ad materials that are determined unsuitable. Because of our commitment to diversity, nondiscrimination, and good taste, TASP prohibits discrimination of any kind within its publications.  Publication of an advertisement does not constitute endorsement or approval of a book, publication, a point of view, a standard of service, or opinion presented therein, and TASP reserves the right to add the word “advertisement” to copy that resembles editorial matter.