School psychologists refer to a type/kind of psychologists who work with educators to promote the intellectual, social, and emotional growth of school-age children. The activities of school psychologists may include evaluating children with special needs, developing interventions or programs to address these needs, and consulting with teachers and administrators about issues of school policy.
Likewise, School psychologists test IQ, diagnose students" academic problems, and set up programs to improve students" achievement.
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